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miss.delinda
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In SQL Server below statement work fine,

select *
from t1 where maintdte != (select MAX(maintdte) from t1)


How
select *
from t1 where maintdte != (select MAX(maintdte) from t1) looks like in SQLCE
?

I'm stuck
Mayank Parmar
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Sorry for being late !!!

For SQLCE, you can use either Exists or In operator:
select *
from t1 where maintdte not in (select MAX(maintdte) from t1)

Regards,
Mayank Parmar

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