Can I use… over(… exclude current row)


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  1. Not for min() and max()

Exclude current row removes the current row from the selection of the frame.

EXCLUDECURRENT ROWval55.5667current row
SELECT SUM(x) OVER(ORDER BY val … [EXCLUDE NO OTHERS])
  FROM …

Frame exclusion is independent of the frame unit

In context for the exclude clause, current row really just means the current row—also for range and groups frames.

Normative References

The exclude clause in window definitions—both, in over and window clauses—is defined in ISO/IEC 9075:2016-2 as part of optional feature T612, “Advanced OLAP operations”.

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