bug: HAVING IN SUBQUERIES
This is a known bug.
> > We are trying to execute a query that has several sub-queries embedded
> > in it. Below is a snippet of the sql code.
> > "Select ordnum from ordinace where dept='Finance' and ordnum in
> > (Select ordnum from squareview where square='A') and ordnum in (select
> > ordnum from keywordview where keyword='Parade' or keyword='Public
> > Gathering' group by ordnum having count(ordnum) =2)"
> > The two tables in the sub-queries (squareview and keywordview) or
> > views created between two tables.
> > There are roughly about 20000 records in the keywordview view.
> > When we execute the query, failing at the keywordview subquery, saying
> > the aggregate function in the having clause must appear on the right
> > side. (?) When we take the having clause out, and strictly have the
> > group by, it takes 30secs to 3mins. to return with the valid
> > recordset.
> > The funny thing is, as a stand alone query on it's own, the
> > keywordview query works fine. It's very quick and has no problem with
> > the having clause.
> > I was wondering if anyone else has either had this problme using
> > aggregate functions with the having clause in a subquery, or could
> > anyone give me any information of successfully executing something
> > similar to this.
> > Any infomation would be appreciated.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Steve
> > steve(at)ctlno(dot)com
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