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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Querying and Modifying Data » Querying data » Summarizing data

 

Restricting groups

You have already seen how to restrict rows in a result set using the WHERE clause. You restrict the rows in groups using the HAVING clause.

List all sales representatives with more than 55 orders

  • In Interactive SQL, execute the following query:

    SELECT SalesRepresentative, COUNT( * ) AS orders
    FROM SalesOrders KEY JOIN Employees
    GROUP BY SalesRepresentative
    HAVING count( * ) > 55
    ORDER BY orders DESC;
    SalesRepresentative orders
    299 114
    129 57
    1142 57
    467 56

See also The HAVING clause: selecting groups of data.


Combining WHERE and HAVING clauses