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Posted Thursday, May 16, 2013 9:18 AM



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philip.davy (5/16/2013)
Sorry, afraid not


If you are still interested in working it through, there are folks here willing to help.
There are two or three remaining issues with the query;

you have a reference to a table lyrCompletedRecips, in a join, which isn't in the FROMlist

table lyrLookupCompletionStatus isn't joined to any tables in the FROMlist which will result in a cartesian product (too many rows)

the aggregate probably won't generate the result you are expecting.

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Maybe I'm missing something but perhaps all this procedure needs is to make sure the table and column names are enclosed in brackets ([]) due to the odd naming convention.

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