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Databases SQL Reporting by Example Day 3: Getting Good at Grouping Day 3: Final Exam

Rashmi Jha
Rashmi Jha
2,842 Points

FILL IN THE BLANKS

Please fill in the correct answer in each blank provided below. Fill in the blank(s) below: Write a query to find out which managers have more than 5 people on their team. If you need to use a count, use 'COUNT(1)'.

SELECT MANAGERS.FIRST_NAME, MANAGERS.LAST_NAME FROM MANAGERS JOIN EMPLOYEES ON EMPLOYEES.MANAGER_ID = MANAGERS.ID GROUP BY MANAGERS.ID HAVING COUNT(1) > 5 ;

what am I doing wrong? why 'HAVING COUNT(1) > 5' does not work

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,627 Points

I'm not sure why you had a problem. I pasted your answer directly into the blank and received a "well done" response.

Try it again.

Rashmi Jha
Rashmi Jha
2,842 Points

Thanks, Steven this time it works I don't know why that time it didn't work.