Select Not Distinct?

Apr 8, 2008

Is their a way to select all items from a table that are not distinct? Meaning, I want to know which items in a column occur more than once.

Example: 

Suppose we have a table with student names, ss# and address. I want to display only records where their is more than one studen with the same name. So for example their could be ten people with the name of "Mike" in a class?

 

Ralph

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Hi, I have the following script segment which is failing:

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WHERE (ISNULL(a.Cancelled, 0) = 0)

UNION ALL

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((SELECT TOP 1 ExchangeRateToUSD
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AS [Mortgage Payment], ISNULL(dbo.Cubit_Spending.Out_Rent, 0) AS [Rent Payment], ISNULL(dbo.Cubit_Debt.Mortgage_Balance, 0)

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(SELECT SUM(Monthly_Pmt)

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FROM Cubit_Debt_Card INNER JOIN

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2786 -32730 SELECT_OOS11
2787 -32729 SELECT12
2788 -32727 SELECT_OOS11
4269 -30987 SELECT_OOS12
1665 -30987 SELECT_OOS11
2433 -30987 SELECT_OOS11
4272 -30984 SELECT11
2436 -30984 SELECT11
2793 -32708 SELECT11


But I only it want it to return 1 record for each ProductID like so:

AppItemId ProductID PartNum Relist AppUserId
2786 -32730 SELECT_OOS11
2787 -32729 SELECT12
2788 -32727 SELECT_OOS11
4269 -30987 SELECT_OOS12
4272 -30984 SELECT11
2793 -32708 SELECT11


ProductID is the primary key for the Products table, and a product can be in the ProductsToRelist table many times but each row would have a unique AppItemId. I know that I need to use Distinct or a different kind of join, but I'm not sure which. How would you suggest to do this?

Thanks

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EDIT: The following code gives me the result I want:
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