Ive got a table with many fields and rows. One field has a name of who will be working a file. Usually 1 of 10 different names will be in this field. I need to find which name appears the most and how many times it does.
, COUNT(*) AS times
BY times DESC
and then, depending on which database sytem you're using (oracle? sybase? db2? postgresql?) you would alter that query slightly to return only the first row
Im having trouble with my order by.... heres what i have...
SELECT Count(Table1.assigned) AS Expr1
group by assigned
order by Expr1 DESC;
I actually dont need the value of who has the most occurances, just the amount of the most occurances. Im using access and its prompting me to specify the value of exp1?
Tried this as well form within my vba script:
SELECT count (assigned) as CountOfassigned FROM table1 GROUP BY assigned ORDER BY CountOfassigned DESC //gives me error in sql syntax
SELECT count (assigned) as CountOfassigned FROM table1 ORDER BY CountOfassigned DESC GROUP BY assigned // gives me too many too few paramters error
SELECT MAX(humpty) AS most_occurrences
FROM ( SELECT assigned
, COUNT(*) AS humpty
by assigned ) AS dumpty