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What is the query to retrive? All orders that, do not display orders where all the order_Details contain a code = ERD.

Order Table
OrderID OrderName
01            OfficeOrderA
02            OfficeOrderB
03            OfficeOrderC

Order_Detail Table
OrDetailID OrderID ItemName Code1            
01               01         pencil      ERD
02               01         ballpen       ERD
03               01         stappler      CDG
04               02         chair      ERD
05               02         table      ERD


Do dot display orders where all the order_Details
contain a code = ERD.

Select * from Orders where (?)

Thanks,
BG
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Question by:blueglacier
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by:Raynard7
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select o.* from Orders o where o.OrderID not in (select orderID from Order_Detail od where od.Code1 = 'ERD')
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by:blueglacier
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Ray

I want to Discard those orders that have all their Order Detail rows as ERD.

On the example tables above, only Order 1 will be returned. Becuase Order 2 has all the Order Details with code = ERD.

your solution will elimitate order 1 and 2.

BG
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Raynard7 earned 100 total points
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sorry - so you want ALL the order details as erd

select o.* from Orders o where o.OrderID not in
(
select
    x.orderID
from
(
select od1.orderID, count(*) cx, sum(case when od1.code1 = 'ERD' then 1 else 0 end)  sx from  Order_Detail od1 group by od1.orderID
) x
where x.cx = x.sx
)

may work
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by:sujith80
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select a.*
from orders a, (select distinct orderId from order_details where code1 <> 'ERD') b
where a.orderId = b.orderId
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by:kimarti3
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ID: 18857675
select * from orders where order_id in (select order_id from order_details where code1 != 'ERD')
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by:RainMan82
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select *
  from order a,
       order_detail b
 where a.orderid = b.orderid
   and a.orderid not in (select distinct x.orderid from order_detail x where x.code1 = 'ERD')
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by:desiboy1974
desiboy1974 earned 100 total points
ID: 18863480
select *
  from order a
  where not exists(select 1 from order_detail b
where b.order_id=a.order_id
and b.code='ERD')
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