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Setting up a flag if other rows have a common property

I'd like to get all those lines and know if a tag is used by other lines

SELECT id, name, tag, COUNT(*) OVER (PARTITION BY tag) > 1 AS flag FROM items

In case your database doesn't have OVER and PARTITION you can use this to produce the same result:

SELECT id, name, tag, (SELECT COUNT(tag) FROM items B WHERE tag = A.tag) > 1 AS flag FROM items A


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