GROUP BY : SQL Aggregation for Common Values

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
1answer
268 views

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, ...
3
votes
2answers
4k views

How group with min(date) and select an another column in the same table

I have a query who return something like it : Name Gender Job date of hire John M mechanic 2012-05-08 John M electrician 2010-01-01 Vicky F scientific 2012-11-11 Bob ...
3
votes
4answers
3k views

Slow query on large table with GROUP BY and ORDER BY

I have a table with 7.2 million tuples which looks like this: table public.methods column | type | attributes ...
3
votes
1answer
241 views

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 ...
6
votes
1answer
288 views

What corner cases exist when relying on undocumented behaviour to determine values selected by MySQL for hidden columns in GROUP BY operations?

Under GROUP BY and HAVING with Hidden Columns, the MySQL manual documents (added emphasis): MySQL extends the use of GROUP BY so that the select list can refer to nonaggregated columns not named ...
4
votes
2answers
373 views

MySQL check duplicate with group by using wildcard?

+----+--------------+-----+-----------+----------+ | ID | NAME | AGE | ADDRESS | SALARY | +----+--------------+-----+-----------+----------+ | 1 | Ramesh Olive | 32 | ...
1
vote
2answers
6k views

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 | ...
2
votes
2answers
4k views

GROUP BY two columns

I want to count two columns, but need to get the results of first column in one row. SELECT country, COUNT(*) FROM table1 GROUP BY country, type This query gives me country type COUNT(*) ...
0
votes
1answer
4k views

Need to count records and group count by date on Oracle

I have a table like the following ID created sent type ----------------------------------------------------- 0001463583000051783 31-JUL-12 1 270 0081289563000051788 ...
4
votes
1answer
126 views

GROUP BY on a dependent field

Let's say I have a SELECT statement as follows: SELECT ..., field1 FROM ... GROUP BY field1 Now let's say I want to return a second field, field2. As it happens, field2 is functionally dependent ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Slow complex query with group/order

I have a problem with a very important query in my application. It is very slow when adding group and order to it. So the full query is: SELECT m.id, m.title, m.title_text, ...
0
votes
2answers
91 views

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 ...
3
votes
2answers
440 views

Pivoting data for stacked charts (grouping and creating new columns for each distinct value)?

I have something that looks like this (SQL Fiddle here): Date Location Value 1/1/2012 Baltimore 36 1/1/2012 Houston 36 1/1/2012 Chicago 55 2/1/2012 Baltimore 49 ...
0
votes
2answers
648 views

limit and then group by in MySQL

I have a mysql table having following structure : payment_id(int auto_increment), emp_id(int), chargeTime(datetime), payment(double) I need to have three latest (with respect to chargeTime) ...
1
vote
0answers
267 views

MySQL GROUP BY and ORDER BY giving inconsistent results

I'm currently working with WordPress, and I've added a new meta value which is a number between 0 and 30. Zero is ignored and up to 30 need to be organised in order and only the latest (based on the ...
13
votes
2answers
2k views

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 ...