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--- Comment #4 from Reedy <> 2011-02-22 23:57:45 UTC ---
"The SQL standard requires that HAVING must reference only columns in the GROUP
BY clause or columns used in aggregate functions. However, MySQL supports an
extension to this behavior, and permits HAVING to refer to columns in the
SELECT list and columns in outer subqueries as well."

Our HAVING doesn't garuntee that ;)

Also roan, are you just meaning doing the HAVING more nicely, allowing things
not having to put literal text to get it to work, and doing stuff like 'HAVING'
=> array( 'blah' => 2 ) etc?

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