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Posted on 2011-02-25
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Take a table with 2 fields :
ProductCode
UniqPrice

select all records with UniqPrice=Y where the ProductCode occurs more than once.

(This is an error checking mechanism.  I want to ensure each ProductCode occurs only once with the UniqPrice flag =Y)
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Question by:Patrick O'Dea
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Like so:

SELECT Table1.ProductCode
FROM Table1
WHERE (((Table1.UniqPrice)="Y"))
GROUP BY Table1.ProductCode
HAVING (((Count(Table1.ProductCode))>1));


mx
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Select * From Table1 WHERE UniqPrice='Y' AND ProductCode HAVING COUNT(*) > 1
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by:jppinto
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SELECT Count(YourTableName.ProductCode) AS CountOfProductCode, YourTableName.ProductCode
FROM [YourTableName]
WHERE (((YourTableName.UniqPrice)=Y))
GROUP BY YourTableName.ProductCode
HAVING (((Count(YourTableName.ProductCode))>1));
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by:rawinnlnx9
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Shoot, blew my query. The right answer is first.
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"the right answer is first" ....and last! :)
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".and last! :)"
2 minutes later :-)

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by:Patrick O'Dea
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Thanks
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21Dewsbury: ... with all due respect, there was no need for a Split here
And the Assist by rawinnlnx9 does not even work.
And jppinto posted the same thing I did

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