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Posted on 2013-05-14
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Hello,
There are 2 tables PhTheraChange  and TherachangeFacilityList .Both are joined by the facid.
how can I include the facname from therachangefacilitylist for those distinct phnpi's.

  select distinct c.PhNPI from PhTheraChange c 
      inner join TherachangeFacilityList t on t.facid = c.FacID

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Question by:Star79
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by:Surendra Nath
ID: 39166408
try the below one

select distinct c.PhNPI,t.facname  from PhTheraChange c 
      inner join TherachangeFacilityList t on t.facid = c.FacID

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by:Jim Horn
ID: 39166410
Give this a whirl...

SELECT distinct c.PhNPI, t.facname
FROM PhTheraChange c
      JOIN TherachangeFacilityList t on t.facid = c.FacID
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by:Ross Turner
ID: 39166417
I'm not sure if I.m getting you but :

Have you got some sample data


select distinct
c.PhNPI,
T.facname
from PhTheraChange c
inner join TherachangeFacilityList t on t.facid = c.FacID
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by:Star79
ID: 39166515
if i use
 this
SELECT distinct c.PhNPI, t.facname
FROM PhTheraChange c 
      JOIN TherachangeFacilityList t on t.facid = c.FacID 

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it actually adds the distinct phnpi + the facnames.It doesnt give me the facnames of those distinct phnpi's
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Sharath earned 500 total points
ID: 39166533
try this.
SELECT c.PhNPI, max(t.facname) facname
FROM PhTheraChange c 
      JOIN TherachangeFacilityList t on t.facid = c.FacID
	  group by c.PhNPI

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