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i have two tables(sql)
one table :number,name,place,department.
second table:number,address,phone-no.
i need receive data if the any of the department members contain greater than one member.
Posted 25-Jan-13 3:04am
Updated 25-Jan-13 3:21am
CHill60 25-Jan-13 9:10am
Your question is not at all clear and I'm not sure what the relevence of your second table is. I think you're saying give me the department if it contains more than one name? Something along the lines of select department from table1 group by department having count(*) > 1
sisir patro 25-Jan-13 9:27am
I can suggest for the foreign key concepts implimented there in the both tables so that you can get the related data from there by joining the tables.

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If I understand your question right, you want to select the persons that are assigned to two or more departments?
Sounds a bit like homework, but anyway, try this:

select name, count(department) from  persl group by (name) having count(department) > 1

hope this helps.

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