I got two tables:
I have a table titled meetings managing the number of times an employee has been marked present for attending meetings for a range of dates. Table is just e_id and Date. If I have 50 Dates 2021-09-30, 2021-09-29… and an employee has been marked present 7 times in the table during the last 10 scheduled meetings, I am trying to show how many times the employee has been present for the last 10 meetings to determine a trend. For example, my query would look up the employee ID and display 7 for the example above. This is not working. I may have a typo. MYSQL states #1054 – Unknown column ‘e_id’ in ‘field list’. Any help would be appreciated.
I need to do something like this
I have a total number of 10 employees and I have to display the next 3 employees details on my page and I tried the below code.
I would like to construct a query that displays all the results in a table, but is offset by 5 from the start of the table. As far as I can tell, MySQL’s
LIMIT requires a limit as well as an offset. Is there any way to do this?
I have a query that looks like this:
I am testing my database design under load and I need to retrieve only a fixed number of rows (5000)
SELECT name FROM mydb ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 10; The query above will return the first 10 ranks. How to modify the LIMIT, or maybe is there another syntax to query the 10th rank through the 20th rank? Answers: Thank you for visiting the Q&A section on Magenaut. Please note that all the answers … Read more
What I want to do is SUM a column, but also COUNT the number of rows it is summing, with a limit of no more than 5 rows. So my query is: