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SQL join query to show rows with non-existent rows in one table

I am trying to get some reporting done for employee time records. We have two tables specifically for this question. Employees are listed in the Members table and each day they enter time entries of ...
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GROUP BY with MAX versus just MAX

I am a programmer, dealing with a big table which the following scheme: UpdateTime, PK, datetime, notnull Name, PK, char(14), notnull TheData, float There is a clustered index on Name, UpdateTime ...
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1answer
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Grouping over multiple data dimensions (pivot)

I am logging an Events table, and want an output (as seen at the bottom of this answer), the issue is that I am getting the data in rows, but want them to be displayed column-wise. The two dimensions ...
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1answer
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Group By - Incorrect syntax near 'mycolumn' [closed]

I'm getting a syntax error in SQL Server Management Studio (SQL Server 2008) for the following query: SELECT MIN(EffectiveOn) AS EffectiveOn, Address1, Address2, Address3, ...
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1answer
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SELECT multiple sensor values in one query

Background I have a couple of devices, each with a couple of sensors. I log these every now and then and stores them in a table described below. When someone requests a web page, I fetch a couple of ...
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how to calculate difference of first row and last row fields value in each group

I have table with structure like this: +-------+------------------+ | Value | Date | +-------+------------------+ | 10 | 10/10/2010 10:00 | | 11 | 10/10/2010 10:15 | | 15 | ...
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Grouping data checking against top values

I've got data in this form: CallNum Value Accepted -------------------------------------- 971374 81.482204444473609 True 971374 83.783551111089764 False 971374 97.936875555547886 ...
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Why do wildcards in GROUP BY statements not work?

I am trying to make the following SQL statement work, but I get a syntax error: SELECT A.*, COUNT(B.foo) FROM TABLE1 A LEFT JOIN TABLE2 B ON A.PKey = B.FKey GROUP BY A.* Here, A is a wide table ...