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Compare records in same table

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Karan_W
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I have one table test where million of records.
The table is not having any primary column.
The columns in table are positionid,ID1,ID2,Event,DrC,Acct,Amount,
valuedate, and Ccyt.
There are lot of records for valuedate= 20070731 and 20070724. There are other valuedate also.
But i want to fetch all the different records except valuedate for these two value date (20070731 and 20070724) in table.

Please provide me query. I am using sql server 2005.
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isnt it " Where valuedate <>'20070731' and Valudate <>'20070724' ?

or i didnt get the question correct
Lowell
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i'd do it almost the same as the thetodaisies,just changed it to be ready for more dates to exclude:

valuedate NOT IN('20070731','20070724' )

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Lowell (9/18/2009)
i'd do it almost the same as the thetodaisies,just changed it to be ready for more dates to exclude:

valuedate NOT IN('20070731','20070724' )


Question is a bit fague, but I must agree with Lowell here.
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