Is it a must for the data in first field grouped by ascending?
I have the following SQL. I keep getting the Every derived table must have its own alias error. Can someone help?
SELECT `model_payouts`.`member_id` AS `Member ID`,sum(`model_payouts`.`tips_amount` + `model_payouts`.`other_amount` + `model_payouts`.`ptv_amount` + `model_payouts`.`custom_clips_amount` + `model_payouts`.`phone_amount`) AS `ALLPAYMENTS`, `content_store`.`ALLCONTENTPIECES` FROM ( SELECT `content_store`.`member_id`, count(`content_store`.`member_id`) AS `ALLCONTENTPIECES` FROM `content_store` WHERE (`content_store`.`is_active` = 1 AND `content_store`.`is_approved` = 1 AND from_unixtime(`content_store`.`publish_date`) >= '2013-12-31' AND from_unixtime(`content_store`.`publish_date`) <= '2019-10-30')) GROUP BY `content_store`.`member_id` ) `model_payouts` LEFT JOIN `members` ON `model_payouts`.`member_id` = `members`.`member_id` LEFT JOIN `content_store` ON `model_payouts`.`member_id` = `content_store`.`member_id` LEFT JOIN `models` ON `model_payouts`.`member_id` = `models`.`member_id` WHERE (`members`.`date` >= '2013-12-31' AND `members`.`date` <= '2019-10-30' AND `members`.`ban` = FALSE AND `members`.`account_ready` = TRUE AND `members`.`is_deleted` = 0 AND (`members`.`type` = 'O' OR `members`.`type` = 'S' OR `members`.`type` = 'M')) GROUP BY `model_payouts`.`member_id` ORDER BY `model_payouts`.`member_id` DESC
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Must the layers of the Prismatic Wall spell be destroyed in order?
You’d think this is answered read-as-written on page 269 of the 5e PHB:
The wall can be destroyed, also one layer at a time, in order from red to violet, by means specific to each layer.
However, I know I’ve seen multiple people around the internet talk about strategies of intentionally destroying certain layers of their own wall like the red, orange, or indigo layers, and holing up inside the wall and shooting or casting spells through the wall without those layers blocking them.
It also begs a question like “If a fireball hits the wall as part of battle and does 25 damage, does it destroy the blue layer individually?”
I just want some validation that you really do have to hack each layer down from red to violet as opposed to losing middle layers intentionally or unintentionally as part of the overall battle.
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So i posted a santa claus sleigh driving licence for parents to put under the xmas tree and a personal letter from santa asking if they find his driving licence then can keep it as the elfs have issues a new one for next year
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Ellen the Eldritch Knight is holding a longsword and wants to cast fireball. If she pulls out her component pouch to cast the spell, then (according to this question), she won’t have time during the rest of the action to put it away, so if she gets to make an opportunity attack before her next turn, she won’t be able to use her weapon’s versatile feature. Could this tragedy be avoided by keeping the component pouch in her pocket the whole time and only interacting with it by sticking her hand in her pocket, rather than taking the pouch out of her pocket?
I have a custom Manage Metadata field which is hooked up on a TermStore which has an Open Submission Policy and the field itself has Allow multiple value + Fill-in choices enabled (Checked).
Yet when I try to create or edit an item and fill-in a new term which I want in the termset, I get the error You must specify a valid field value.