I have a table that has three fields.
datetime to the second.
I need a query that will allow me to find a pattern where sequential acct_nbr's numbers have been accessed by the same theID based on datetime to the second. Listed below is an example of the data. It does not represent the pattern I am trying to find. While I can sort by acct_nbr,datetime, and theID I can not bring the required pattern to the forefront. There are 20 millions records in the table.
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