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QuestionTrying to get a MySQL subquery to return multiple records Pin
SQL Ed12-Nov-12 8:19
memberSQL Ed12-Nov-12 8:19 
The following subquery returns 1024 records with a single count column. I am trying to return multiple columns with 1024 records. When I make changes to return multiple columns I get 17,000 records instead of 1024 records. I have very litle experience with subqueries. Does anyone have any suggestions?

SELECT IFNULL(COUNT(DISTINCT A.computerid),0) AS 'Machine Count',
A.hotfixID AS 'Last Contact'
FROM (SELECT HF.computerid, HF.hotfixID
FROM hotfixdata HFD

INNER JOIN hotfix HF
ON HF.hotfixid = HFD.hotfixid
AND HFD.ignore <> 1
LEFT OUTER JOIN Computers AS C
ON C.ComputerID=HF.ComputerID

WHERE INSTR(C.os,"microsoft")>0
AND HF.installed <> 1
AND HF.Approved = 1
GROUP BY HF.hotfixID, HF.ComputerID) A;
AnswerRe: Trying to get a MySQL subquery to return multiple records Pin
Eddy Vluggen12-Nov-12 11:33
memberEddy Vluggen12-Nov-12 11:33 

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