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SQL to retrieve the last receipt an individual was included in.

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Hi,
I'm looking at trying to determine, for each member in the system, the last receipt they appeared on. The tables look as follows (in brief):

Receipts: Unqiue ID, Member ID, Receipt Date

Each member can appear multiple times in the table. What I want is, for each member, provide me the unique ID for the last receipt they appeared on based on receipt date.

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Select *
From  Receipts r inner join (Select MemberID, MAX(ReceiptDate) Date From receipts Group by MemberID) m
          ON r.memberID = m.memberid and r.ReceiptDate = m.Date
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