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Hi,

I have a mysql database which collects phone Call Detail Records (CDR). The fields of the MySQL data / Table is somewhat as follows (i've cut down all whats not necessary):

Phone_Number
Channel_Number
Call_Duration

I need to write a query which would give me a output showing the Average Call Duration of each channel, but the average should be calculated only based on the last 10 calls per channel.

My current query looks as follows:

select Channel_Number, count(0) as cnt, avg(Call_Duration) as ACD from CDR_Table group by Channel_Number

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But the above query would give the output based on ALL records available in the table. I just need to only get the average for the last 10 calls per channel.

How can this be achieved?

Thanks!
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 600 total points
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you need to first extract to have the 10 last calls per channel, this into a temp table...
for this, you need of course to have a field which indicates the date of the call, which I presume you have in the same table ...

anyhow, please check this article on how to retrieve the N "last" calls per "group = channel"
http://www.xaprb.com/blog/2006/12/07/how-to-select-the-firstleastmax-row-per-group-in-sql/
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