Today, We want to share with you having clause sql.In this post we will show you sql having vs where, hear for sql having multiple conditions we will give you demo and example for implement.In this post, we will learn about SQL SELECT DISTINCT Statement with an example.
group by and having clause in sql
In this tutorial we learn to all about having Examples like as a SUM function, COUNT function, MIN function, MAX function, SQL Server HAVING or many more.
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Query clause order
- GROUP BY
- ORDER BY
Using SUM function
SELECT branch, SUM(venders) AS "Total venders" FROM request_details GROUP BY branch HAVING SUM(venders) > 1000;
Using COUNT function
SELECT branch, COUNT(*) AS "Number of members" FROM members WHERE income > 25000 GROUP BY branch HAVING COUNT(*) > 10;
Using MIN function
SELECT branch, MIN(income) AS "Lowest income" FROM members GROUP BY branch HAVING MIN(income) > 35000;
Using MAX function
SELECT branch, MAX(income) AS "Highest income" FROM members GROUP BY branch HAVING MAX(income) < 50000;
SQL Server HAVING
SELECT member_id, YEAR (request_date), COUNT (request_id) request_count FROM venders.requests GROUP BY member_id, YEAR (request_date) HAVING COUNT (request_id) >= 2 ORDER BY member_id;
MAX and MIN functions
SELECT group_id, MAX (list_price) max_list_price, MIN (list_price) min_list_price FROM production.products GROUP BY group_id HAVING MAX (list_price) > 4000 OR MIN (list_price) < 500;
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