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On 8/19/22 4:28 PM, Roger Harman wrote:
select distinct CUSKEY, CUSCOD, count(*)
group by CUSKEY, CUSCOD
having count(*) > 1
No, that just finds cases where the any given pair occurs more than once.
I'm attempting to verify that, for example, if there is at least one
record in which CUSKEY='123' and CUSCOD = 'FOO', then all records with
CUSKEY='123' have CUSCOD='FOO', and all records with CUSCOD='FOO' have
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