07-10-14, 09:37 #1Registered User
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- Jul 2014
Unanswered: Building Query, How can i see values of columns
I am trying to build a query in Access. i have 240K row, there are probably 50 or so unique values in a particular column I want to filter.
Is there a way, when building this query, that access shows what the unique values of that column are so I can build the query?
I know I can do a DISTINCT query, but that seems to much (its obviously not for this 1 particular column or project).
i assumed that when you are in design mode, Access has a side panel or something that shows the possible values in which to build your query against, or do you have to memorize each columns value for every column?
there has to be some sort of assistance with this...right?
07-10-14, 14:26 #2Jaded Developer
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- Nov 2004
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select mycolumn, count(mycolumn) from mytable group by mycolumn order by mycolumn
Select distinct(mycolumn) from mytable
as to how you expresss that in the query designer.... dunno. I use the sql view.
or use a subqueryI'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton