> select column1,column2,column3,count() from table
> group by column1,column2,column3 having count() > 1;
> This however gives me the following error:
> ERROR: count(*) must be used to call a parameterless
> aggregate function
Shouldn't it be count(*)?
select column1,column2,column3,count(*).......having count(*) > 1
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