sql mysql count

SELECT COUNT(*) AS `Rows`, `Ssurname` FROM `member` GROUP BY `Ssurname` Where Rows > 2
ORDER BY `Rows` Desc


 MySQL said: Documentation
#1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'Where Rows > 2
ORDER BY `Rows` Desc
LIMIT 0, 30' at line 1


How can icorrect the code above
teeraAsked:
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hernst42Commented:
Conditions for the grouping are named having like:

 SELECT COUNT(*) AS `Rows`, `Ssurname` FROM `member` GROUP BY `Ssurname` HAVING COUNT(*) > 2
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dragos_craciunCommented:
You must write

SELECT COUNT(*) AS `Rows`, `Ssurname` FROM `member` GROUP BY `Ssurname`
HAVING COUNT(*) > 2
ORDER BY `Rows` Desc

WHERE can be used only for individual rows
For filtering on aggregates, use HAVING
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