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Posting Yak Master

179 Posts

Posted - 2006-11-09 : 12:38:13
Hi all,

I have two table,
one is C20_Messages and second one is Ports.
Here want to get the count of records if the status of Ports_ID = 1

Then I wrote the query like this, but showing error

SELECT C20_messages.Port_ID, Ports.status, COUNT(C20_messages.*) AS Sum FROM C20_messages, Ports where datepart(year,C20_messages.Msg_Time) = '2006' and C20_Messages.Port_ID = Ports.ID and Ports.Status = 1 GROUP BY C20_Messages.Port_ID

pls help me


Master Smack Fu Yak Hacker

1837 Posts

Posted - 2006-11-09 : 13:08:58
If you want to have Ports.status in the select list you'll have to put it in your GROUP BY. Otherwise if you don't really need it then remove it from the select list. And you can just use COUNT(*).
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