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MySql query structure

Isaac Ferguson
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Joined: Jun 22, 2012
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Hi,

could any member tell me how could I figure out the next query.

In my DDBB I have a field "numbers of times the user has used the system", country, username, userId and timesAccessed(sessionId). I am tying to figure out the next:

Details on the 10 users who more times have accessed to the system, split out by country.

For example:

Select username, userId from Users ORDER BY MAX(count(sessionId)) DESC LIMIT 10 where country="US";

Do you think this query makes any sense?

Many Thanks,
Jeanne Boyarsky
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There where clause should be before the order by. Also, if you want to split by country rather than just the one, look at group by or a subquery.


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Wendy Gibbons
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do you want the top 10 users in each country?
or you want to know the country of the top 10 users?
 
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