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Default Help With Not Equal Query

Hi All,

I am trying to write a query to pull out the next order but it isn't working if the next order is equal to the order that I am omitting. It works when the next order is different but when pulling the next order that is equal to 'Glucose' with a entered_date of ''2012-12-11 06:33:27.108', it is not displaying.

Thanks for any help!

    t.name, MAX(date)
        o.name, MAX(o.entered_date) as date
        dbo.orders o
        o.clientid= 296400200
        AND o.name <> 'GLUCOSE'
        AND o.entered_date <> '2012-12-11 06:35:55.120'
    GROUP BY o.name
    ORDER BY date desc) t
GROUP BY t.name

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