The variables don’t have the same value. The value can be found in multiple variables and I don’t know what place it can be found in for any particular record. There is a string of up to 8 unique 6 digit identifiers, each identifier representing a different level of the organization but not all records have all levels.
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From: GregDavis11009 [mailto:bounce-GregDavis11009@toadworld.com] Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 9:36 AM
Subject: RE: [Toad Data Point - Discussion Forum] Where statements
RE: Where statements Reply by GregDavis11009 Maybe I am missing something here but can’t you just use the same variable multiple times in your query instead of multiple variables with the same value?
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