SQL Server 2014 :: Duplicate Record Results On 2 One To Many Tables?

Feb 1, 2015

I have 3 Tables

TableA - TAID, Name, LastName
TableB - MaleFriendsName, MaleFriendsLastName [One to many]
TableC - FemaleFriendsName, FemaleFriendsLastName [one to many]

A query returns duplicate results from TableB as well as TableC

TableB and TableC have nothing in common and should not interfere with each other.

with TwoTables as (
a.QuickSpec as QuickSpecId,

Resultset returns duplicate values on TableB AND only for 1 record in the results [As per Lynn examples]

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SQL Server 2014 :: Eliminate Duplicate Rows When Joining Multiple Tables

Jun 8, 2015

We have the below query which is pulling in Sales and Revenue information. Since the sale is recorded in just one month and the revenue is recorded each month, we need to have the results of this query to only list the Sales amount once, but still have all the other revenue amounts listed for each month. In this example, the sale is record in year 2014 and month 10, but there are revenues in every month as well for the rest of 2014 and the start of 2015 but we only want to the sales amount to appear once on this results set.


[Code] ....

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Sep 11, 2014

I want to fetch max of Field2 if duplicate records in Field1 and rest of the values of field1 , below is the sample format.

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32 375 abc-xyz A
32 379 xyz-efg A
55 405 abc-xyz B
55 407 xyz-efg B
132 908 abc-xyz C
132 999 xyz-efg C
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155 900 abc-xyz E
156 925 abc-xyz F
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Jan 19, 2015

I found an article on the CodeProject website named T-SQL MapReduce. I'm trying to duplicate the SQL code there into a SQL Server 2914 Developer Edition database I've got, and also the C# code using Visual Studio. I've defined the user data types fine (e.g.: word_t, words_t and so on), but I got an error when I tried to create the UDF dbo.mapper from the page. The error I got was:

Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Procedure mapper, Line 5

Incorrect syntax near 'CALLER'.

The SQL code I used is straight off of the page; it looks like this:

create function dbo.mapper(@documents DocumentsWithAutoIncrementIndexTable READONLY, @sep nvarchar)
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What have I done wrong? I'm guessing that the author has done something like left off a variable declaration or something like that. what am I missing?

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Sep 11, 2014

i have a table like below

create table staff_attendance
attendance_id int,
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staff_id int,
working_year int,
hours int

values like

1 2014-06-30 00:00:00.0ST10121
2 2014-06-30 00:00:00.0ST10122
3 2014-06-30 00:00:00.0ST10122 ----same entry like previous one
4 2014-07-01 00:00:00.0ST10121
5 2014-07-01 00:00:00.0ST10122
6 2014-07-02 00:00:00.0ST10121
7 2014-07-02 00:00:00.0ST10122
8 2014-06-30 00:00:00.0ST10221
9 2014-06-30 00:00:00.0ST10222
10 2014-07-01 00:00:00.0ST1022 1
11 2014-07-01 00:00:00.0ST102 22
12 2014-07-02 00:00:00.0ST102 21
13 2014-07-02 00:00:00.0ST102 22

I Need to find the duplicate rows like same entries which is having more than 1 rows.... how do i find?

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Jul 16, 2014

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Aug 4, 2014

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I know why I am getting the error but not sure how to get around it.

The query does a check on whether a unique value exists in the Insert/Select. If I run it one record at a time (SELECT TOP 1...) it works fine and just won't update it if the record exists.

But if I do it in a batch, I get the error. I assume this is because it does the checking on the file before records are written out and then writes out the records one at a time from a temporary table.

It thinks all the records are unique because it compares the records one at a time to the original table (where there would be no duplicates). But it doesn't check the records against each other. Then when it actually writes out the record, the duplicate is there.

How do I do a batch where the Insert/Select would write out the records without the duplicates as it does when I do it one record at a time.

Name varchar(50),
Email varchar (40)
Insert #TestTable (Name,Email) Values('Tom', 'tom@aol.com')

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Jun 11, 2014

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LEFT OUTER JOIN [Hofstede].[dbo].[sparepartsupdate] SP
ON a.PartNrFabrikant = sp.PartNrFabrikant
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How to identify the duplicates and show the tow records without having to hard code any values, so I can use the query in a report, and anytime there are new duplicates, the report shows them.



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I am trying to pivot my data results so that instead of showing multiple rows for each product a client has it will show one line for each client and concatenate all of their products together.

For example, if I run the following query:

FROM My.dbo.Table

I get the following result set:


What I want to get back as the result set is the following:

YearClient NameProduct-List

So, I would only get one record back for each Client for each Year with a list of all of their products concatenated together.

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Jun 16, 2015

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I have set up an extended events session to gather sp_statement_starting and _completed.

The trace returns the object_id's of many stored procedures. I then query the sys.procedures and plug in the object_id to return the stored proc name.

Do I have to repeat this process for every different object_id or is there a way I can query the trace results, using the object_id as my search criteria as one query ?

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We are running SQL 2014 SP1. We are using defined Full text indexes on several tables in the database. However, on one specific set of servers, a certain search will not return any data. This exact same search works on another set of servers built identically. The first responses I'm sure will be stop list, but I have dropped and recreated the FTI multiple times with different stop lists or no stop list at all and get the same results.

The specific word being searched on is YUM. If I change the value to YUMk, it actually returns, and if I change the data to TUM it returns, but YUM does not. This exact query is working on multiple other systems, so it seems to be something environmental, but I haven't been able to pinpoint it.

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SQL Server 2014 :: Missing One Record When Selecting By Date Range

May 26, 2015

When I run this query:

SELECT orderno, *
FROM _order
WHERE order_date >= '5/14/2015 00:00:00'
AND order_date < '5/15/2015 11:59:59'
ORDER BY order_date asc

I get a result of:

A1G7222015-05-14 13:00:11.143
A1G7232015-05-14 13:33:35.407
A1G7242015-05-14 13:39:16.657
A1G7252015-05-14 14:25:43.507
A1G7262015-05-14 14:29:18.050
A1G7272015-05-14 15:38:12.263

But I know there is one more record that falls into 05/15/2015

A1G7282015-05-15 12:26:52.807

Can you see what I am missing in my query in order for me to retrieve the missing record A1G728?

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Nov 2, 2015

I have written a SQL statement.There is a table called customer.It contains all customer data with customerid as PK.There is another table called logs and it contains customerid as foreign key and it contains a field to keep more than 90 days older user accounts.That field name is "Checked"

What I need get all records from these 2 tables and remove/hide more than 90 days older customers from record set.See my illustration.

I have written this code but I dont understand how to remove more than 90 days older user from result (because customer table doesnt contain a record called "Checked")

FROM [dbo].[Customers],[dbo].[VIESLog] WHERE [dbo].[VIESLog].[Checked] < DATEADD(day, -90, GETDATE())

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Jan 24, 2015

I have a database full of different types of leads some for company A some for company B and so on, each doing a different service. However the leads from B can be used for A and leads from A can be used for B, so I want to merge the data.


Phone Number Name Home Owner Credit Insurance
727-555-1234 Dave Thomas Yes B
727-555-1234 Dave Thomas Gieco

I would like the end result to be one record:

Phone Number Name Home Owner Credit Insurance
727-555-1234 Dave Thomas Yes B Gieco

Since these were imported into SQL they all have a unique ID, here are the current labels

ID,phone_ number,first_ name,last_name,address1, address2, address3,city,state,postal_code,HOME_OWNR,HH_INCOME,CREDIT_RATING,AGE,MATCH,source_id,
title,comments,dnc_flag,provider,vehicle,coverage,alt_phone,email,marital status,dob

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SQL Server 2014 :: Stored Procedure - Add A Record To Local Database Executing In Cloud Environment

May 20, 2015

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Mar 22, 2007


I'm new to SQL and tried to develop a simple query on multiple tables of a database. The query works but returns duplicate records even though there aren't duplicate records in the database.

Here is the script:

SELECT LelyDevice.iAddress, LelyDeviceVisit.tEndVisitDateTime, LelyCow.dBirthDate, LelyCow.iUserNumber, LelyAstronautVisit.lRefusal,
LelyAstronautVisit.lFailedMilking, LelyMilkVisitData.nMilkYield, LelyLactationProduction.dCalvingDate
FROM LelyDevice INNER JOIN LelyDeviceVisit ON LelyDevice.PK_LelyDevice = LelyDeviceVisit.FK_LelyDevice
INNER JOIN LelyCow ON LelyDeviceVisit.FK_LelyCow = LelyCow.PK_LelyCow
INNER JOIN LelyAstronautVisit ON LelyDeviceVisit.PK_LelyDeviceVisit = LelyAstronautVisit.FK_LelyDeviceVisit
INNER JOIN LelyMilkVisitData ON LelyDeviceVisit.PK_LelyDeviceVisit = LelyMilkVisitData.FK_LelyDeviceVisit
INNER JOIN LelyLactationProduction ON LelyCow.PK_LelyCow = LelyLactationProduction.FK_LelyCow

WHERE LelyDeviceVisit.tEndVisitDateTime BETWEEN '2006-07-29 03:20:00.000' AND '2006-08-03 08:58:59.000' AND LelyAstronautVisit.lFailedMilking = 1
ORDER BY LelyDeviceVisit.tEndVisitDateTime DESC

and here is the result:
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13012006-08-03 08:57:39.0002002-07-03 00:00:00.000209015.12004-06-06 00:00:00.000
13012006-08-02 20:21:54.0002002-07-03 00:00:00.000209012.72005-06-02 00:00:00.000
13012006-08-02 20:21:54.0002002-07-03 00:00:00.000209012.72004-06-06 00:00:00.000
11012006-08-02 19:26:44.0002002-11-20 00:00:00.000221010.02005-03-27 00:00:00.000
13012006-08-02 19:16:33.0002002-11-20 00:00:00.000221012.32005-03-27 00:00:00.000

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AND DATEPART(weekday, CallDate) in (2,3,4,5,6))
Group By MDN
SELECT DISTINT MDN,sum(ceiling((Cast(DurationSeconds as Decimal)/60))) as Minutes
FROM ZeroChargeVCDRecord
WHERE Durationseconds > 0 and CallDate >= '02/19/2007' and calldate < '02/20/2007'
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----------- --------- ----------- ------------- ----------------------------
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d d inner join s s on d.number = s.number
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I need to avoid duplicates i.e. the first table id should only be returned in the first id column and not in the second - which is what i am getting at the mo.

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Jan 20, 2015

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2 Nancy Orr
3 Ken Stephenson

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What I'd like to do is select the FirstName and LastName the users table who have a UserID in both Classes and Users.

The tricky part of it is that I only want to return the FirstName and LastName of userID who have multiple ClassID in the classes table. (hopefully I'm making sense when I explain this)

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So far I've come up with

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