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Development Tools Database Foundations SQL Calculating, Aggregating and Other Functions Grouping, Joining and Cleaning Up

Sean Flanagan
Sean Flanagan
33,232 Points

Teacher's Notes

Hi. I've noticed that the HAVING link is the same as the GROUP BY link; click on HAVING takes you to the GROUP BY page.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,149 Points

I didn't see a separate page for HAVING on the MySql documentation site. It seems to be discussed in the context of other statement parts, so linking to the GROUP BY page seems appropriate in this case.

If you've found a better place on the MySql site for it to link to, why not submit it to Treehouse Support?