>
> In above case wondering if we could do this
>
> Min(a) = 2 is the condition, generate condition *"a <= 2"* and push it
> down as scan key. Since pushed down condition is lossy one for us ( it
> gives values < 2), finally do a recheck of *"Min(a) = 2"*.
>
> For Max(a) = 2 we can have *"a >=2"*,
>

After replying, I was thinking along these lines too. I can't see any
reason why it wouldn't work. The same would apply for HAVING clauses on
min/max aggregations as well.

For min, you should be able to pre-filter =, < , and <=. In all cases the
pre-filter would be <=. For max it would be =, > , >= becoming >=.

- Doug Doole
Salesforce

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