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I have a table that has a date column. I want to add a computed bit column that indicates which record has the latest date, i.e., the "active" record.

How can I do this?
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if you have duplicate rows with different dates (example client info multiple records) in the table and you want computed column to test if this record is the last one, I think this is not possible,
using views  is better to  achieve this,
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ok thanks.
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