Taking this:
SELECT count(*) AS
`CountUniqueDatesInMyTbl`, date(solarAWDateTime) AS `uniqueDate`,
'aweber_7solar_aw' AS `tableAlias` FROM aweber_7solar_aw GROUP BY

Your query says:
get the date() from the solarAWDateTime field
group by that date
and give me the date and number of results

ie - you asked for the number of results per date - which is what you got.

You didn't ask for the number of unique dates.

yes.  And in fact that was what I wanted.
I better quit for the day while I am ahead, and not spread around any more brain-fry now.

Thank you Chris, and all.

John Butler (Govinda)

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