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How to avoid showing duplicate rows because conditions

The problem is where name_1 writes something to name_2 and name_2 writes something to name_1 there is a duplicate and as one result because I SELECT name_1, name_2 with condition How is it possible to show results with no duplicate rows, I only want to know if there is communication between user_1 and user_2 Answer Order the names in a

This Oracle SQL SELECT shouldn’t work. Why does it?

I am debugging a query in Oracle 19c that is trying to sort a SELECT DISTINCT result by a field not in the query. (Note: This is the wrong way to do it. Do not do this.) This query is trying to return a unique list of customer names sorted with the most recent sale date first. It returns an

Unpivot Access Data Table

Good afternoon, I would like to unpivot an Access Table. I have almost one hundred of columns in Access and one column with the ID and I would like to unpivot, considering all the columns except de ID into one column called “type” (for example). How could I get it from Access? It doesnt matter if is by a SQL

max DISTINCT returns multiple rows

I am working on an sql script which is executed by a .bat daily and outputs a list of IDs, the date of access, and their level. While it returns what I want, mostly, I noticed that some of the outputted rows are duplicates. Could someone please help me modify my script so that it outputs only one date (the

Show column according to parameter

I’m trying to write a SQL script that shows a column based on a user parameter. I can’t find an acceptable answer anywhere.  This is a simplified version of what I want to do (in OracleDB): The pseudo code of what I want could be This is the expected result: Answer You can just put the logic into the where

SQL – Flag rows till 0 value of each group

I am calculating a running balance and want to flag all rows till 0 value to have ‘MATCHED’ flag else ‘NOT-MATCHED’ flag with respect to account ID. Here is what I have tried but didn’t got proper result: Answer We can use a sub-query to find the last acct_rank which is 0 and then use case to test each row.

Same ID with multiple records to single row

I have two tables. Table A look like this. source ID Type_ID Error_info ABC 100 1 country column missing ABC 100 2 conversion factor missing decimals BCA 200 1 error value in height column BCA 200 2 convertion factor should be 0.001 Table B look like this. source ID Type_1_ID Error_info_1 Type_2_ID Error_info_2 ABC 100 BCA 200 I want to