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The HAVING clause is commonly used to further restrict data resulting from a previously issued GROUP BY clause. An example, selecting only those authors that have written at least two books:
SELECT AUTHOR_ID, COUNT(*) FROM BOOK GROUP BY AUTHOR_ID HAVING COUNT(*) >= 2
create.select(BOOK.AUTHOR_ID, count()) .from(BOOK) .groupBy(AUTHOR_ID) .having(count().ge(2)) .fetch();
According to the SQL standard, you may omit the GROUP BY clause and still issue a HAVING clause. This will implicitly GROUP BY (). jOOQ also supports this syntax. The following example selects one record, only if there are at least 4 books in the books table:
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM BOOK HAVING COUNT(*) >= 4
create.select(count(*)) .from(BOOK) .having(count().ge(4)) .fetch();
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