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SQL with more then 1 value for returning data from a field

Posted on 2007-11-14
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I need to return the user id for specific users from a table

such as


select OBjectID,  from PTUsers
where LoginName = 'metatree\jmajorve'
AND LoginName = 'metatree\jkarasek'
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Question by:Sanjeet
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by:digital_thoughts
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USE DISTINCT
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Sorry, disregard the first post, you need to use OR

select
      OBjectID
from
      PTUsers
where
      LoginName = 'metatree\jmajorve'
      OR LoginName = 'metatree\jkarasek'
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 20281800
select OBjectID  from PTUsers
where LoginName  in (  'metatree\jmajorve' ,  'metatree\jkarasek' )
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