How to Create Compound Condition in HAVING Clause in SQL
In this article I am going to explain how to create compound condition in HAVING clause SQL.
In this article I am going to explain how to create compound condition in HAVING clause SQL. GROUP BY clause is used to groups the rows of result set based on one or more columns or expression. GROUP BY clause is used in SELECT statements that include aggregate functions.
To put any condition with group by clause we use HAVING clause. HAVING clause is used to specify a search condition for a group or an aggregate.
WHERE clause is used before the rows are groped in SELECT statement that uses grouping and aggregate.
Having clause is used after the rows are groped in SELECT statement that uses grouping and aggregate.
We can put BETWEEN operator or logical operator like AND and OR operator in HAVING clause.
select vendorname,sum(invoicetotal) as invo_total
from mcninvoices join mcnvendors
on mcninvoices.vendorid = mcnvendors.vendorid
group by vendorname
having sum(invoicetotal) between 1000 AND 5000
order by vendorname