Once again, let’s revisit the original query we wrote to count the number of students in each grades.
Now suppose we want the results filtered only for grades which have more than 2 students.
On the first observation, this looks like the right place to use
WHERE to filter using
countOfStudents > 2 or
COUNT(*) > 2 as a parameter. Go ahead and run the next query.
Yes! We get a syntax error. That’s because
WHERE is not the right syntax to use for filtering over the aggregate functions or their aliases over groups.
For such cases, SQL provides another filter clause called
So, we can use
HAVING to filter the results that are obtained from
GROUP BY clause.