[thelist] SQL- grouping and dates

Chris Evans chris at fuseware.com
Tue Apr 3 12:15:16 CDT 2001

For me, it is perfectly normal, but only because I often an idiot <g>.  But
that isn't the cause of the problem - the dataset is only an example. My
database tables are named differently.

Thanks, though.

Chris Evans
chris at fuseware.com

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>oh, and ideally, I would like the result set ordered by the LastUpdated
>Root  Message    Updated

Is it normal that you keep talking of LastUpdated and that the column you
display is titled Updated? Is it maybe the source of all evil? ;-)

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