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I have the following table with the values listed below. I need to display the Last 5 Closed Tickets based on the value "tkt_cmpl_dt" which has a DateTime that the ticket was closed.

Tickets Table:
  tkt_id  int  PK
  tkt_cmpl_dt  DateTime
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Steve Wales earned 500 total points
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This will get the answer:

select top 5 tkt_id, tkt_cmpl_dt from tickets order by tkt_cmpl_dt desc

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Maybe something along the lines of:
SELECT TOP 5 * FROM tickets_table ORDER BY tkt_cmpl_dt DESC;
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