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Is there a way to write a single query to check if a set of rows matches a set of values? I have one row per set of values that I need to match and I'd like to know if all rows are matched or not. I could perform this via multiple queries such as:

select * from tableName where (value1, value2) = ('someValue1', 'someValue2') select * from tableName where (value1, value2) = ('someOtherValue1', 'someOtherValue2')

...and so on, up to an arbitrary number of queries. How could this sort of thing be re-written as a single query where the query returns ONLY if all values are matched?

You could try something like:

select t.* from tableName t join (select 'someValue1' value1, 'someValue2' value2 union all select 'someOtherValue1', 'someOtherValue2') v on t.value1 = v.value1 and t.value2 = v.value2 where 2= (select count(distinct concat(v1.value1, v1.value2)) from (select 'someValue1' value1, 'someValue2' value2 union all select 'someOtherValue1', 'someOtherValue2') v1 join tableName t1 on t1.value1 = v1.value1 and t1.value2 = v1.value2)

If you have a large number of value pairs that you want to check, it may be easier to insert them into a temporary table and use the temporary table in the above query, instead of two separate hard-coded virtual tables.

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What about:

SELECT * FROM tableName WHERE value1 IN ('someValue1', 'someOtherValue1') AND value2 IN ('someValue2', 'someOtherValue2')

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##### Comments

- Hmm, but how can
`value1`

match`someValue1`

and also`someOtherValue1`

? - Excellent stuff - much appreciated!
- @Mark Bannister, I don't understand the concat usage, and it seems you missed a closing parenthesis after the where. Can you explain this answer?
- @Raffaele: I have updated the answer - I hope it's a little clearer now.
- @MarkBannister, sorry I don't get it :( You use a
`count distinct`

on a string built from`v join t`

instead of`v1 join t1`

(which is the`select count`

*scope*). I don't get the point of all this code - maybe because I can't understand the original question :) See this fiddle - @Raffaele: mea culpa - the count distinct concat should have been on results from v1 (corrected now). See sqlfiddle.com/#!2/e81da/19 - if run with all four records in
`person`

, it returns both specified values, but if run without John's record, it returns nothing. - I clarified my question a bit more - in that example I am expecting two rows since I have two sets of values that I need to match. I believe the query you suggested would be satisfied by only one row since it uses IN clauses.
- @Josh I didn't quite understand you, can you post an example?