Seems I've actually asked the wrong q...
My query was something like
"SELECT f1,f2,count(f3) as countOff3, sum(f4) as countoff4,f5,"-" as f6
GROUP BY f1,f2,f5,"-""
Once I took out everything to do with f6, then it worked - however I
need f6, as this forms a select to be inserted into another table. So
now my question should be what is the postgres equivalent to this?
On Wed, 2002-12-18 at 23:34, Ludwig Lim wrote:
> Hi Glenn,
> --- Glenn <glenn(at)pip(dot)com(dot)au> wrote:
> > I'm trying an aggregate query with groupby's on text
> > fields. As per
> > various FAQ's I have text fields NOT mapped to
> > LongVARCHAR in the odbc
> > dsn - but I get an error when I try an view the
> > query --(cut from
> > log)--> " message='ERROR: Non-integer constant in
> > GROUP BY' "
> > Any clues??
> What is your query (i.e. sql statement)? Can you
> give me the sturcture of the table(s) you are
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