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Want the count number from this QUery

Hi all, I just need the count number from this Query so I can display it.

Set Top10Events=oConn.Execute("SELECT TOP 10 COUNT(a.log_event),a.log_event FROM site_log AS a INNER JOIN events AS b ON a.log_event=b.event_ID WHERE a.log_event<>NULL AND a.log_date BETWEEN #9/29/16&"# AND #6/29/16# AND b.event_start>NOW() GROUP BY a.log_event HAVING COUNT(a.log_event)>0 ORDER BY COUNT(a.log_event) DESC")

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Graeme
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Big MontySenior Web Developer / CEO of ExchangeTree.org Commented:
try

Set Top10Events=oConn.Execute("SELECT TOP 10 COUNT(a.log_event) as eventLogCount,a.log_event FROM site_log AS a INNER JOIN events AS b ON a.log_event=b.event_ID WHERE a.log_event<>NULL AND a.log_date BETWEEN #9/29/16&"# AND #6/29/16# AND b.event_start>NOW() GROUP BY a.log_event HAVING COUNT(a.log_event)>0 ORDER BY COUNT(a.log_event) DESC")
Response.Write Top10Events("eventLogCount")
or
Response.Write Top10Events( 0 )
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Graemewebber4technologiesAuthor Commented:
Set Top10Events=oConn.Execute("SELECT TOP 10 COUNT(a.log_event) as eventLogCount,a.log_event FROM site_log AS a INNER JOIN events AS b ON a.log_event=b.event_ID WHERE a.log_event<>NULL AND a.log_date BETWEEN #9/29/16&"# AND #6/29/16# AND b.event_start>NOW() GROUP BY a.log_event HAVING COUNT(a.log_event)>0 ORDER BY COUNT(a.log_event) DESC")
Response.Write Top10Events("eventLogCount")

Worked! thanks
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