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

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

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;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

Your solution is correct. Try putting spaces around your relational operator (">").

You might want to report this as a bug to Support.

Thanks, Steven!