I have a sql statement that I cannot get to work the way I want.
The statement as it currently exists is.
SELECT eeun, eedpt, plbemp, eenam, plbbg1, plbhrs , plbptp FROM
PRLBH, EEMP WHERE PLBEMP = EEENO and PLBPTP in('CO','OH',
'6D','7D','OG') and
EETDT = 0 and EEDPT = '081' and PLBWDT = 20090115
GROUP BY PLBEMP,EENAM,PLBBG1, PLBHRS , PLBPTP,EEUN, EEDPT Order by
PLBEMP

I am trying to get 1 record per employee, but I cannot find the
correct solution.
What am I missing here?

If you want one record per employee, then you must group at the employee
level.

You can use (for example) MAX(EENAM) to get around some of the other
language requirements.

Dennis Lovelady
http://www.linkedin.com/in/dennislovelady
--
"I'm living so far beyond my income that we may almost be said to be living
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