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Help with MS SQL views.

Posted on 2007-03-30
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I have a table in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 that contains information on a set of courses done by a group of individuals. basically when an individual completes a course, their userID and the courseID is added to this table, essensially creating a list of every completed course.

what I would like to do, is create a view where I could see a list of all userIDs that have completed say 10 courses in total (therefore have 10 records on the completed course table to their name)

can anyone help? i'm having a mental block on SQL today..

Many thanks.
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by:Sham Haque
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select userid
from courses
having count(*) > 10
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sorry:

select userid
from courses
having count(*) >= 10
group by userif
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by:eivo
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Group by and having should be the other way round (I Think)
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