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  1. #1
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    SQL query

    Hi,
    I have a table storing data like this

    Oid OKey OValue
    1 Status Open
    1 Priority 1
    1 Name TTT
    1 Location NYC
    2 Status Open
    2 Priority 2
    2 Name TYY
    2 Location WDC
    3 Status Close
    3 Priority 2
    3 Name TYZ
    3 Location WDC

    Now, I need to write a query to fetch Oids with Okey Priority=2 and Okey Location=WDC

    Kindly suggest

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    Select * from table where (okey = 'Priority' and ovalue = '2') and (okey = 'Location' and ovalue = 'WDC')

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    1. SELECT * FROM TABLENAME WHERE Priority=2 AND Location='WDC'

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    In this case, Priority and Location are values in column okey. WDC and 2 are values of ovalue column.

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    Let me show your table structure with values
    Its easier for me to expalin.

    Cool

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    SQL query

    Not knowing the database structure means that it will be impossible to give a precise answer, but in general
    Open SQL Server Management Studio
    Click the NEW QUERY button
    Type USE <name of database>
    Click Execute
    Type SELECT FROM <name of table containing client list>
    Click Execute

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