Select max and min date for customer and put results side by side

Is there a way to put both the max and min date side by side in this query?

SELECT DISTINCT t1.CUSTNMBR, t2.max_GLPOSTDT
FROM            dbo.SOP30200 AS t1 INNER JOIN
                             (SELECT        CUSTNMBR, MAX(GLPOSTDT) AS max_GLPOSTDT
                               FROM            dbo.SOP30200
                              WHERE Docamnt > 0
                               GROUP BY CUSTNMBR) AS t2 ON t1.CUSTNMBR = t2.CUSTNMBR
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Saurabh Singh TeotiaCommented:
Have you tried this??

SELECT DISTINCT t1.CUSTNMBR, t2.max_GLPOSTDT,t2.min_GLPOSTDT
FROM            dbo.SOP30200 AS t1 INNER JOIN
                             (SELECT        CUSTNMBR, MAX(GLPOSTDT) AS max_GLPOSTDT,min(GLPOSTDT) AS min_GLPOSTDT
                               FROM            dbo.SOP30200
                              WHERE Docamnt > 0
                               GROUP BY CUSTNMBR) AS t2 ON t1.CUSTNMBR = t2.CUSTNMBR 

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_agx_Commented:
Why do you need the derived table?  Since you're using an INNER JOIN, the result is probably the same as just writing:

SELECT  CUSTNMBR, MAX(GLPOSTDT), MIN(GLPOSTDT)
FROM    dbo.SOP30200 
WHERE  Docamnt > 0
GROUP BY CUSTNMBR

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EDIT: If that's not what you need, Could you elaborate on the desired result?
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Vitor MontalvãoMSSQL Senior EngineerCommented:
Yes, it's as simple as agx posted.
(no points please).
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mike247Author Commented:
Thanks
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