At 12:07 4/7/2001 +0930, David Robley wrote:
>On Wed, 4 Jul 2001 00:00, Christian Dechery wrote:
> > well... I tought of that.
> > It doesn't work for many reasons:
> > 1 - '*' always has to be the first on the select list
> > 2 - you can't have expressions (max, min, avg) without a group by
> > clause if you are handling multiple rows
> > 3 - etc. etc.. etc...
> > that's why I included the code in between the queries...
> > >Try
> > >
> > >$rs1=mysql_query("select max(date) AS latest, * from tablename where
> > >item_id=34 and item_type_id=3");
> > >
> > >but consider that you may possibly have multiple entries for the
> > > latest
> > >
> > >date?
>Of course, had forgotten that. I think maybe you want UNION.
not really... the function I need is sub-selects. Union wouldn't help
here... and still, mysql does not support UNION. I want something like this:
where exists (select max(date) from tablename where item_id=34 and
and item_id=34 and item_type_id=3
. Christian Dechery (lemming)
. Gaita-L Owner / Web Developer
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