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From:Dan Nelson Date:April 20 2006 4:41am
Subject:Re: where group and inner join
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In the last episode (Apr 19), Dan Nelson said:
> It's useful to note that SELECT statements generally work in the
> order they are written.  The WHERE clause applies to the records as
> they are read from the source tables, and at that point, no grouping
> has been done, so there's no sum.  Try moving your filter to a HAVING
> clause, which comes between GROUP BY and HAVING, and applies to the

"which comes between GROUP BY and ORDER BY", of course :)

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	Dan Nelson
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