GROUP BY is field level order of data.
It looks like you may also have a typo the GROUP BY CUSTOMERr#
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Sent: Tuesday, 31 December 2013 11:04 PM
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Subject: still dont' get how to group by
Why does this group by not work, what is it I need to do?
Column NAME or expression in SELECT list not valid.
CREATE VIEW PROJ_CRWN1/DATA_WHSV2 AS SELECT CUSTOMER#, NAME, STATE, ITEM#,
PROD_LINE, INVOICE#, ORD_DATE, INV_DATE, ORD_TYPE, CUST_TYPE, QUANTITY,
EXTENDED$ FROM Proj_Crwn1.DTAWHS GROUP BY CUSTOMERr#
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