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# Posted on: 02-Oct-2003 17:43:32.  
Is there a way to construct a predicate expression for things like MAX. I would be after the object (row) with the highest value for this column.

Is an SP the only way to go?
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# Posted on: 02-Oct-2003 18:05:05.  
I had to skip aggregate functions for the initial release due to time constraints. These will be added later (probably in december or even later). A view or stored procedure are, sadly, the current options you have. I regret not having them in the library (as you will have noticed, there is a grouped by clause implemented already but no aggregate function support) but they will be added, it depends on when I have time to do so. Priority no.1 is support for Oracle, firebird/interbase and Postgresql.

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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2003 04:36:50.  
Otis wrote:
I had to skip aggregate functions for the initial release due to time constraints. These will be added later (probably in december or even later). A view or stored procedure are, sadly, the current options you have. I regret not having them in the library (as you will have noticed, there is a grouped by clause implemented already but no aggregate function support) but they will be added, it depends on when I have time to do so. Priority no.1 is support for Oracle, firebird/interbase and Postgresql.


I would also cheer to get the aggregate functions, but for now it's easy enough to rely on sprocs to get the job done!

--Bruce
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# Posted on: 19-Feb-2004 15:46:25.  
Frans,
Have you updated Pro since and included MAX functionality?


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# Posted on: 19-Feb-2004 16:26:33.  
Aggregates are not yet supported. Sorry. Expect them in Q2 2004 (april-june)
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# Posted on: 20-Feb-2004 14:18:19.  
Thanks Frans. Look forward to it.

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# Posted on: 09-Apr-2004 23:07:50.  
Does this still look like these functions will be ready for April - June?
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# Posted on: 09-Apr-2004 23:42:27.  
Yes, with the next runtime revision, which is planned in May-june timeframe.

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# Posted on: 10-Apr-2004 00:15:50.  
This will hopefully be just in time. I shall leave that bit of the project until then.
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