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Can someone help me in Task? I need to assign a variable with the number of records in my SELECT statement. I am thinking of using this COUNT. But do not know how. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
I would like to create a scheduled task that runs every 15 mins. However, I can see that 'Hourly' is the lowest frequency available aside from 'Once' and 'On demand'. Is there a possible workaround for this?
I am trying to create an app for horse show points tracking. The table Results has the fields Rider ID, Class ID, Class Type, and Points Rider1 | Class02 | ClassTypeA | 4 Rider1 | Class03 | ClassTypeA | 5 Rider1 | Class04 | ClassTypeA | 5 Rider1 | Class05 | ClassTypeA | 5 Rider1 | Class11 | ClassTypeA | 5 Rider1 | Class12 | ClassTypeA | 5 Rider1 | Class06 | ClassTypeA | 3 Rider1 | Class08 | ClassTypeA | 1 Rider1 | Class09 | ClassTypeA | 3 Rider1 | Class13 | ClassTypeB | 5 Rider1 | Class14 | ClassTypeB | 4 Rider1 | Class15 | ClassTypeB | 2 Rider1 | Class16 | ClassTypeB | 1 When we do our year end calculations, I need to find out the sum of each Rider's top six (highest Points value) Results for each Class Type (ie for Class Type A the bolded values). What would be ideal would be to have this eventually input into a new table with the following columns: Rider ID, Class Type A (sum of top 6), Class Type B, etc Rider1 | 29 | 12 | Etc I have been trying to use a Task to input the values I can use into a new table but I can't seem to get values that account for needing the top 6 for _each_ Rider and _each_ Class Type, unless I do one for each rider and class type combination, which would be waaaay too many tasks to do. (see image, nomination_id is Rider ID in my example). Is there some other way I should be going about this that I am missing?