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I have a shape named "Subdistrict" and it shown on Attribut Table like this :
No | subd | village
1 | town1 | v1
2 | town1 | v2
3 | town1 | v3
4 | town2 | v4
5 | town2 | v5
6 | town2 | v6
7 | town3 | v7
8 | town3 | v8
9 | town3 | v9

I want to select only town1 and town3, and only v1, v3, v7, v8
I've select define classes each class differentley and use SQL Querry to select only Village :v1,v3,v7,v8 to shown on label, but it's not working.
this is my SQL querry code :

subd= 'town1' AND 'town3' AND village='v1' AND 'v3' AND 'v7' AND 'v8'

Any solution for this?

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    This statement cannot produce a selection as no subd can be 'town1' and also 'town2'. Boolean logic is that it must be OR so: subd = 'town1' or subd = 'town2'. The use of brackets in this case is advisable. Commented Apr 23, 2014 at 3:18
  • Yes, it has to use brackets, Already Solved. Thanks Commented Apr 23, 2014 at 3:22
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    Commented Apr 23, 2014 at 8:59
  • okay, got it. edited Commented Apr 23, 2014 at 13:11

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Your SQL query should be:

(subd = 'town1' or subd = 'town3') and village in ('v1','v3','v7','v8')

for only town1 with v1,v3..v8 and town3 with v1,v3..v8.

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