Στις Friday 17 October 2008 15:11:10 ο/η Gerardo Herzig έγραψε:
> Richard Huxton wrote:
> > Gerardo Herzig wrote:
> >> But it does a doble count(*) that i must avoid.
> >> I cant refer to the 'first' count like
> >> select case when (select count(*) from test where id=$1 ) AS total
> >> > 0 then total
> >> else -1
> >> end;
> > SELECT
> > CASE WHEN total >0 THEN total ELSE -1 END AS new_total
> > FROM (
> > SELECT count(*) AS total FROM test WHERE id=$1
> > ) AS raw_total
> Pavel, Richard, you got it dudes! I have to say, that kinda 'reference
> before assingment' of "total" doesnt look logical to me.
Then, both you and your boss need some SQL courses :) (no offense)
> Thanks again!!
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