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Posted on 2013-10-29
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CREATE TABLE `a_messages2` (
       `a_messages_id` INT (11) auto_increment  primary key
     , `profile_id` VARCHAR(20)
     , `sender` VARCHAR(20)
     , `message_id` BIGINT (20)
     , `this_user` VARCHAR(20)
     );



INSERT INTO a_messages2
          (`profile_id`, `sender`, `message_id`, `this_user`)
    VALUES
('abl', 'staff3', 3662615602, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3660687080, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3658803944, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3649952930, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3644250249, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3614235515, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3614140442, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3613984751, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3613936332, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3613469574, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3612970481, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3609276901, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3609276896, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3866086756, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3866079064, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3856964132, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3844779912, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3916948647, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3880367425, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3977088222, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3974513295, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3973285282, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 3960907806, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 4003664468, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 4002246444, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 3996089944, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 4024726432, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 4021516823, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 4018957318, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 4050609080, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 4052368867, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'abl', 4052424820, 'staff3'),
('abl', 'staff3', 4053183569, 'staff3'),
  
('swa','swa','4153199171','staff3'),
('swa','staff3','4150323049','staff3'),
('swa','swa','4146362776','staff3'),
('swa','staff3','4142884979','staff3'),
('swa','staff3','4142884976','staff3')

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need to find out if a customer is waiting for a staff member to respond


Real world explanation:
Respond to the customers waiting for a response.

there should be no results because
select profile_id, sender,message_id,this_user from a_messages2 where profile_id='abl' order by message_id desc limit 1

abl  staff3  4053183569  staff3


staff3 was the last to respond

we do not need to send another message to 'abl' because staff3 already sent the last message


but there should be results for swa, because we need to respond to swa
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Question by:rgb192
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PortletPaul earned 2000 total points
ID: 39610832
THis result:
| SENDER | MESSAGE_ID |
|--------|------------|
|    swa | 4153199171 |

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produced by this query:
SELECT
        mx.sender
      , mx.message_id
FROM (
      SELECT
        profile_id
      , sender
      , max(message_id) AS message_id
      FROM a_messages2
      WHERE profile_id=sender
      GROUP BY
        profile_id
      , sender
     ) AS mx
LEFT JOIN a_messages2 AS m ON mx.profile_id =  m.profile_id
                          AND mx.sender     <> m.sender
                          AND mx.message_id <  m.message_id
WHERE m.a_messages_id IS NULL
;

/* http://sqlfiddle.com/#!9/2093c/7 */

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by:rgb192
ID: 39618927
Works great
Thank you


I have a related question:
discovering if the customer sent the first message
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MySQL/Q_28283780.html
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by:rgb192
ID: 39633373
Thanks for your help

I have a related question:
I want to see all the rows of data which I need to respond to (the messages I sent and received)
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MySQL/Q_28289041.html
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