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Hello!

Need help again on the SQL WHERE filter.
I want to display in the table users that are simultaneously part of group_id IN (26) AND group_id IN (28).
This synthax doesn't appear to work though. What synthax should I use then?
Thanks.
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Hi,
you can find an example at http://docs.easy-profile.com/index.php/article/sql-custom-where (see at "User From 2 Groups at the same time";)
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Ah OK, missed that one. Thanks. Wow, I would have NEVER found the syntax myself! :o :(
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