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Hello all

I'm trying to extract from my LOCATION table all locations that have duplicated values in column ADDR1 field but using the SQL below.

But i have this error: ORA-00933: SQL command not properly ended

How can i fix this?

Thanks again for your help.


SELECT CNT, 
    'L' AS L,
         'M' AS M,
         ID,
         DECODE (LOC_TYPE_ID,
                 0,
                 'PLAN',
                 1,
                 'CUSTOMER',
                 2,
                 'VENDOR',
                 3,
                 'DIST',
                 5,
                 'CROSSDOCK')
            AS LOC_TYPE_ID,
         NAME,
         ADDR1,
         ADDR2,
         CITY,
         STATE,
         COUNTRY,
         ZIP,
         CONTACT,
         PHONE,
         PHONE_SPD,
         FAX,
         LATITUDE,
         LONGITUDE,
         ZONE,
         PU_STOPTM,
         DEL_STOPTM,
         APPOINTMENT_REQUIRED,
         TIME_ZONE_ID,
         LOAD_CLASS_ID,
         CONSOLIDATION_ALLOWED,
         PARCEL_SERVICE,
         LOCATION_GROUP,
         MAX_CROSSDOCK_DAYS,
         PARCEL_CARRIER,
         ALT_LOCATION_ID,
         LOC_ROUTING_CLASS_ID,
         PICK_SRV_CLASS_ID,
         DELV_SRV_CLASS_ID,
         SPLC,
         APPOINTMENT_HONORED,
         SPLIT_WEIGHT,
         SPLIT_CUBE,
         SPLIT_PALLET,
         SPLIT_PIECES,
         SET_ID,
         SHIP_PRIORITY_ID,
         EMAIL,
         TRADE_AREA,
         SCNALIAS,
         XDOCK_HANDLING_TIME,
         SHPPTY,
         XDOCK_LIVE_LOADING,
         OWNER,
         PORT_CODE,
         NOTES
  FROM   LOCATION
(
SELECT COUNT(*) CNT,
    ADDR1
FROM 
      LOCATION
-GROUP BY ADDR1
HAVING COUNT > 1; 

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Question by:Wilder1626
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 1000 total points
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The syntax error is due to a missing ')'

Try this one:
select * from 
(
SELECT CNT, 
    'L' AS L,
         'M' AS M,
         ID,
         DECODE (LOC_TYPE_ID,
                 0,
                 'PLAN',
                 1,
                 'CUSTOMER',
                 2,
                 'VENDOR',
                 3,
                 'DIST',
                 5,
                 'CROSSDOCK')
            AS LOC_TYPE_ID,
         NAME,
         ADDR1,
         ADDR2,
         CITY,
         STATE,
         COUNTRY,
         ZIP,
         CONTACT,
         PHONE,
         PHONE_SPD,
         FAX,
         LATITUDE,
         LONGITUDE,
         ZONE,
         PU_STOPTM,
         DEL_STOPTM,
         APPOINTMENT_REQUIRED,
         TIME_ZONE_ID,
         LOAD_CLASS_ID,
         CONSOLIDATION_ALLOWED,
         PARCEL_SERVICE,
         LOCATION_GROUP,
         MAX_CROSSDOCK_DAYS,
         PARCEL_CARRIER,
         ALT_LOCATION_ID,
         LOC_ROUTING_CLASS_ID,
         PICK_SRV_CLASS_ID,
         DELV_SRV_CLASS_ID,
         SPLC,
         APPOINTMENT_HONORED,
         SPLIT_WEIGHT,
         SPLIT_CUBE,
         SPLIT_PALLET,
         SPLIT_PIECES,
         SET_ID,
         SHIP_PRIORITY_ID,
         EMAIL,
         TRADE_AREA,
         SCNALIAS,
         XDOCK_HANDLING_TIME,
         SHPPTY,
         XDOCK_LIVE_LOADING,
         OWNER,
         PORT_CODE,
         NOTES,
	count(*) over(partition by addr1 order by addr1) addr1_count
  FROM   LOCATION
)
where addr1_count > 1
; 

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Select
....
from Location join (
SELECT COUNT(*) CNT,
    ADDR1
FROM 
      LOCATION
GROUP BY ADDR1
HAVING COUNT > 1) cnt
on location.addr1 = cnt.addr1;

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Many thanks, now it work great
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