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HELP WITH min(SELECT)

HELP WITH min(SELECT)

HELP WITH min(SELECT)

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I’m looking for some help with my sql.
• What I’m trying to do is ‘his
• Take the Date of Service
• Group all matching Master Account Number

Have sql look at the group of Master Account = Then find the lowest Date of Service in at Master Account group.

So the outcome would look like this. I have the sql I’ve been working with, and occasional it does find the min service date. Any help would be appreciated


SELECT
COLLACCT@.RECNUM AS 'PSBAcctNumber',
(SELECT ACCT.DATEOFSERVICE FROM COLLACCT@ AS ACCT WHERE ACCT.MASTERACCOUNT = MasterAccount ORDER BY ACCT.DATEOFSERVICE LIMIT 1 ) AS 'minDateofService',
COLLACCT@.DATEOFSERVICE AS 'DateofService',
COLLACCT@.PRINCIPALBALANCE AS 'PrincipalBalance',
COLLACCT@.STATUSCODE AS 'StatusCode',
COLLACCT@.COLLECTORNUMBER AS 'CollectorNumber',
COLLDEBT@.RECNUM AS 'MasterAccount'
FROM COLLACCT@
INNER JOIN COLLDEBT@ ON COLLACCT@.MASTERACCOUNT = COLLDEBT@.RECNUM
LEFT JOIN AUXECASCORE@ ON COLLDEBT@.RECNUM = AUXECASCORE@.COLLDEBTLINK
LEFT JOIN COLLCLT@ ON COLLCLT@.RECNUM = COLLACCT@.CLIENTNUMBER
LEFT JOIN AUXDEBTOR@ ON AUXDEBTOR@.DEBTORMASTER = COLLDEBT@.RECNUM
LEFT JOIN AUXACCTMISC@ ON AUXACCTMISC@.COLLACCTLINK = COLLACCT@.RECNUM
WHERE
StatusCode IN ('TTL')
AND CollectorNumber IN ('03')
AND COLLCLT@.TYPEDEBT NOT IN ('7')
GROUP BY
PSBAcctNumber
ORDER BY
MasterAccount,
PSBAcctNumber


TCB

RE: HELP WITH min(SELECT)

This doesn't look like Jet SQL as used in Access. Are you sure you have posted it to the correct forum here?

Or is this a pass through query to a client/server system (and if so, which)?.

John

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