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I have a query that produces all unique ACCT rows for each effective date.

But I am having difficulty modifying the query so that it shows only ONE row for each account that contains the most recent effective date.

Maybe somebody has time to take a shot at it?

SELECT     TOP (999999) dbo.Customers.AcctNo, dbo.CustomersRates.Effective, dbo.Customers.Letter, dbo.Customers.BillingContact, dbo.Customers.Title, 
                      dbo.Customers.ContactPerson, dbo.Customers.BillCompanyName, dbo.Customers.BillStreetAddress, dbo.Customers.BillCity, dbo.Customers.BillState, 
                      dbo.Customers.BillZip, dbo.Customers.CompanyName, dbo.Customers.Active, dbo.Customers.StreetAddress, dbo.Customers.City, dbo.Customers.State, 
                      dbo.Customers.Zip, dbo.Customers.PhoneNo, dbo.Customers.PhoneWaybillAr, dbo.Customers.PhoneWaybillNo, dbo.Customers.PhoneNo2, dbo.Customers.Ext, 
                      dbo.Customers.FaxNo, dbo.Customers.Attention, dbo.Customers.BillingRefName, dbo.Customers.RefMask, dbo.Customers.Rep, dbo.CustomersRates.MinCa, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MinCaN, dbo.CustomersRates.MinVa, dbo.CustomersRates.MinVaN, dbo.CustomersRates.Min14, dbo.CustomersRates.Min14N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Min20, dbo.CustomersRates.Min20N, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeVa, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeVaN, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge14, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge14N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge20, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge20N, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateVa, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateVaN, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate14, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate14N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate20, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate20N, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeVa, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeVaN, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge14, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge14N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge20, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge20N, dbo.CustomersRates.WaitingCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.WaitingChargeN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.PrivCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.PrivChargeN, dbo.CustomersRates.BadAddressCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.BadAddressChargeN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRN, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRVa, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRVaN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR14, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR14N, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR20, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR20N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDN, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDVa, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDVaN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD14, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD14N, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD20, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD20N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSN, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSVa, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSVaN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS14, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS14N, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS20, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS20N, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Floor, dbo.CustomersRates.FloorN, dbo.CustomersRates.FloorVa, dbo.CustomersRates.FloorVaN, dbo.CustomersRates.Floor14, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Floor14N, dbo.CustomersRates.Floor20, dbo.CustomersRates.Floor20N, dbo.CustomersRates.InsDelChg1, dbo.CustomersRates.InsDelChg2, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Dist, dbo.CustomersRates.DistN, dbo.CustomersRates.DistB, dbo.CustomersRates.DistNB, dbo.CustomersRates.DistC, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.DistNC, dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrv, dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvN, dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvB, dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvNB, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvC, dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvNC, dbo.CustomersRates.DistWeight, dbo.CustomersRates.DistWeightDrv, dbo.CustomersRates.ID, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.PriceLevel, dbo.CustomersRates.MinMi, dbo.CustomersRates.MinMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeMi, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateMi, dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeMi, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRMi, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDMi, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSMi, dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.FloorMi, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.FloorMiN, dbo.CustomersRates.DistFreeWeight, dbo.CustomersRates.SkidCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2A, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2AN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2B, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2BN, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2C, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2CN, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2D, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DN, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2E, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2EN, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvA, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvAN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvB, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvBN, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvC, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvCN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvD, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvDN, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvE, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvEN, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2Weight, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2WeightDrv, dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2FreeWeight, dbo.CustomersRates.FreeWeight, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.DayStart, dbo.CustomersRates.DayEnd, dbo.CustomersRates.PickHold, dbo.CustomersRates.PickHoldN, dbo.CustomersRates.FreeMiles, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.chkTollsDisabled, dbo.CustomersRates.chkParkingDisabled, dbo.CustomersRates.chkResDisabled, dbo.CustomersRates.chkForceMileage, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.chkTollsNC, dbo.CustomersRates.chkParkingNC, dbo.CustomersRates.chkResNC, dbo.CustomersRates.SecondCtr, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.SecondCtrN, dbo.CustomersRates.SecondAWB, dbo.CustomersRates.SecondAWBN, dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundChargeNEaAdd, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundChargeN, dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundChargeEaAdd, dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundCharge, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.InboundChargeNEaAdd, dbo.CustomersRates.InboundChargeN, dbo.CustomersRates.InboundChargeEaAdd, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.InboundCharge, dbo.CustomersRates.nfoPerMileRate, dbo.CustomersRates.nfoAfterHours, dbo.CustomersRates.nfoWeightCharge, 
                      dbo.CustomersRates.nfoFreeMiles, dbo.CustomersRates.nfoFreeWeight, dbo.CustomersRates.nfoAdditionalBox
FROM         dbo.Customers INNER JOIN
                      dbo.CustomersRates ON dbo.Customers.AcctNo = dbo.CustomersRates.AcctNo
ORDER BY dbo.Customers.AcctNo, dbo.CustomersRates.Effective DESC

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by:Sharath
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You can try this query.
;WITH CTE 
     AS (SELECT TOP (999999) dbo.Customers.AcctNo, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Effective, 
                             dbo.Customers.Letter, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillingContact, 
                             dbo.Customers.Title, 
                             dbo.Customers.ContactPerson, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillCompanyName, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillStreetAddress, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillCity, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillState, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillZip, 
                             dbo.Customers.CompanyName, 
                             dbo.Customers.Active, 
                             dbo.Customers.StreetAddress, 
                             dbo.Customers.City, 
                             dbo.Customers.State, 
                             dbo.Customers.Zip, 
                             dbo.Customers.PhoneNo, 
                             dbo.Customers.PhoneWaybillAr, 
                             dbo.Customers.PhoneWaybillNo, 
                             dbo.Customers.PhoneNo2, 
                             dbo.Customers.Ext, 
                             dbo.Customers.FaxNo, 
                             dbo.Customers.Attention, 
                             dbo.Customers.BillingRefName, 
                             dbo.Customers.RefMask, 
                             dbo.Customers.Rep, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MinCa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MinCaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MinVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MinVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Min14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Min14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Min20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Min20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseCharge20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRate20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightCharge20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WaitingCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WaitingChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PrivCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PrivChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BadAddressCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BadAddressChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleR20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleD20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleS20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Floor, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FloorN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FloorVa, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FloorVaN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Floor14, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Floor14N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Floor20, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Floor20N, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.InsDelChg1, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.InsDelChg2, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistB, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistNB, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistNC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrv, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvB, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvNB, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistDrvNC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistWeight, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistWeightDrv, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.ID, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PriceLevel, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MinMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MinMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.BaseChargeMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PerMileRateMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.WeightChargeMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleRMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleDMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.MultipleSMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FloorMi, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FloorMiN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DistFreeWeight, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.SkidCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2A, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2AN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2B, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2BN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2C, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2CN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2D, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2E, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2EN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvA, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvAN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvB, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvBN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvCN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvD, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvDN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvE, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2DrvEN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2Weight, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2WeightDrv, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.Dist2FreeWeight, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FreeWeight, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DayStart, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.DayEnd, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PickHold, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.PickHoldN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.FreeMiles, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkTollsDisabled, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkParkingDisabled, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkResDisabled, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkForceMileage, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkTollsNC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkParkingNC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.chkResNC, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.SecondCtr, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.SecondCtrN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.SecondAWB, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.SecondAWBN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundChargeNEaAdd, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundChargeEaAdd, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.OutboundCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.InboundChargeNEaAdd, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.InboundChargeN, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.InboundChargeEaAdd, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.InboundCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.nfoPerMileRate, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.nfoAfterHours, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.nfoWeightCharge, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.nfoFreeMiles, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.nfoFreeWeight, 
                             dbo.CustomersRates.nfoAdditionalBox, 
                             ROW_NUMBER() 
                               OVER ( 
                                 PARTITION BY dbo.Customers.AcctNo 
                                 ORDER BY dbo.CustomersRates.Effective DESC) rn 
           FROM dbo.Customers 
                INNER JOIN dbo.CustomersRates 
                        ON dbo.Customers.AcctNo = dbo.CustomersRates.AcctNo) 
SELECT * 
  FROM CTE 
 WHERE rn = 1 
 ORDER BY AcctNo, 
          Effective DESC 

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just curious, why do you want to select TOP (999999) records?
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by:Dale Massicotte
ID: 39862136
Not because I am lazy - but because my time is limited as a business owner

When upgrading from SQL2000 to 2008 my queries did not run the query correctly 'TOP 100 PERCENT' so I found that using a real number made it work - however I know that it is not the best way to do things  :)
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by:Dale Massicotte
ID: 39862152
A question

I copied the query into SQL Mgt Studio to test and it worked.  But will not allow me to save.

Does that make any sense?

ADO error    ;WITH CTE
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by:Anthony Perkins
ID: 39862180
I suspect you are using the (very flawed) designer.  Instead use the query window to save your VIEW
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by:Sharath
ID: 39862277
Do you want to create a view with the query?
Also, you can remove the TOP in SELECT clause.
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Sharath,

Also, you can remove the TOP in SELECT clause.
Unfortunately (as the author describes here http:#a39862136), they are using the kluge of TOP (999999) ... ORDER BY as they want a sorted VIEW.  The author understands it is not a good idea, but is used for expediency and they no doubt realize it may break with the next version of SQL Server.
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by:Dale Massicotte
ID: 39863061
I use CTRL + N to open a new query window in Mgt Studio.
I removed the TOP 99999 from select

I also no longer need to sort by EFFECTIVE as there is only one EFFECTIVE per ACCT with this new query.   Maybe I do not understand something...

I want to save this as a view in my database.

When I try I get
Incorrect syntax near ';'.
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by:Anthony Perkins
ID: 39863779
What is the compatibility level of the database?

I suspect if it were 90 or greater is should be fine.

If it is in fact 90 or greater then post the code in its entirety here.
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Scott Pletcher earned 250 total points
ID: 39865417
I suggest using a derived table instead of a CTE.  Btw, I also used aliases in place of the full table name, since it makes the query easier to read.


SELECT *
FROM (
    SELECT     TOP (999999) c.AcctNo, cr.Effective, c.Letter, c.BillingContact, c.Title,
                          c.ContactPerson, c.BillCompanyName, c.BillStreetAddress, c.BillCity, c.BillState,
                          c.BillZip, c.CompanyName, c.Active, c.StreetAddress, c.City, c.State,
                          c.Zip, c.PhoneNo, c.PhoneWaybillAr, c.PhoneWaybillNo, c.PhoneNo2, c.Ext,
                          c.FaxNo, c.Attention, c.BillingRefName, c.RefMask, c.Rep, cr.MinCa,
                          cr.MinCaN, cr.MinVa, cr.MinVaN, cr.Min14, cr.Min14N,
                          cr.Min20, cr.Min20N, cr.BaseCharge, cr.BaseChargeN,
                          cr.BaseChargeVa, cr.BaseChargeVaN, cr.BaseCharge14, cr.BaseCharge14N,
                          cr.BaseCharge20, cr.BaseCharge20N, cr.PerMileRate, cr.PerMileRateN,
                          cr.PerMileRateVa, cr.PerMileRateVaN, cr.PerMileRate14, cr.PerMileRate14N,
                          cr.PerMileRate20, cr.PerMileRate20N, cr.WeightCharge, cr.WeightChargeN,
                          cr.WeightChargeVa, cr.WeightChargeVaN, cr.WeightCharge14, cr.WeightCharge14N,
                          cr.WeightCharge20, cr.WeightCharge20N, cr.WaitingCharge, cr.WaitingChargeN,
                          cr.PrivCharge, cr.PrivChargeN, cr.BadAddressCharge, cr.BadAddressChargeN,
                          cr.MultipleR, cr.MultipleRN, cr.MultipleRVa, cr.MultipleRVaN,
                          cr.MultipleR14, cr.MultipleR14N, cr.MultipleR20, cr.MultipleR20N,
                          cr.MultipleD, cr.MultipleDN, cr.MultipleDVa, cr.MultipleDVaN,
                          cr.MultipleD14, cr.MultipleD14N, cr.MultipleD20, cr.MultipleD20N,
                          cr.MultipleS, cr.MultipleSN, cr.MultipleSVa, cr.MultipleSVaN,
                          cr.MultipleS14, cr.MultipleS14N, cr.MultipleS20, cr.MultipleS20N,
                          cr.Floor, cr.FloorN, cr.FloorVa, cr.FloorVaN, cr.Floor14,
                          cr.Floor14N, cr.Floor20, cr.Floor20N, cr.InsDelChg1, cr.InsDelChg2,
                          cr.Dist, cr.DistN, cr.DistB, cr.DistNB, cr.DistC,
                          cr.DistNC, cr.DistDrv, cr.DistDrvN, cr.DistDrvB, cr.DistDrvNB,
                          cr.DistDrvC, cr.DistDrvNC, cr.DistWeight, cr.DistWeightDrv, cr.ID,
                          cr.PriceLevel, cr.MinMi, cr.MinMiN, cr.BaseChargeMi,
                          cr.BaseChargeMiN, cr.PerMileRateMi, cr.PerMileRateMiN, cr.WeightChargeMi,
                          cr.WeightChargeMiN, cr.MultipleRMi, cr.MultipleRMiN, cr.MultipleDMi,
                          cr.MultipleDMiN, cr.MultipleSMi, cr.MultipleSMiN, cr.FloorMi,
                          cr.FloorMiN, cr.DistFreeWeight, cr.SkidCharge, cr.Dist2A, cr.Dist2AN,
                          cr.Dist2B, cr.Dist2BN, cr.Dist2C, cr.Dist2CN, cr.Dist2D,
                          cr.Dist2DN, cr.Dist2E, cr.Dist2EN, cr.Dist2DrvA, cr.Dist2DrvAN,
                          cr.Dist2DrvB, cr.Dist2DrvBN, cr.Dist2DrvC, cr.Dist2DrvCN,
                          cr.Dist2DrvD, cr.Dist2DrvDN, cr.Dist2DrvE, cr.Dist2DrvEN,
                          cr.Dist2Weight, cr.Dist2WeightDrv, cr.Dist2FreeWeight, cr.FreeWeight,
                          cr.DayStart, cr.DayEnd, cr.PickHold, cr.PickHoldN, cr.FreeMiles,
                          cr.chkTollsDisabled, cr.chkParkingDisabled, cr.chkResDisabled, cr.chkForceMileage,
                          cr.chkTollsNC, cr.chkParkingNC, cr.chkResNC, cr.SecondCtr,
                          cr.SecondCtrN, cr.SecondAWB, cr.SecondAWBN, cr.OutboundChargeNEaAdd,
                          cr.OutboundChargeN, cr.OutboundChargeEaAdd, cr.OutboundCharge,
                          cr.InboundChargeNEaAdd, cr.InboundChargeN, cr.InboundChargeEaAdd,
                          cr.InboundCharge, cr.nfoPerMileRate, cr.nfoAfterHours, cr.nfoWeightCharge,
                          cr.nfoFreeMiles, cr.nfoFreeWeight, cr.nfoAdditionalBox,
                          ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY cr.AcctNo ORDER BY cr.Effective DESC) AS row_num
    FROM         dbo.Customers c INNER JOIN
                          dbo.CustomersRates cr ON c.AcctNo = cr.AcctNo
) AS derived
WHERE
    row_num = 1
ORDER BY
    AcctNo, Effective DESC
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