I am having some trouble putting together a specific SQL query using the SQL plugin.
I'd like to run a query on the 10 pages with the highest number of comments created in the past week. This gives us a good sense of where the conversation is happening on our wiki.
I know this has to be possible, but I'm not having any luck.
Ideally, the output would be like this:
|Where to find Waldo||50|
|Carmen Miranda - fact or fiction?||35|
|Oregon Trail comes to Kansas||25|
(select c2.title from content as c2 where c2.contentid = c1.pageid) as "Page title",
count(*) as "Comments created in past week"
from content as c1
where c1.pageid is not null and c1.contenttype = 'COMMENT' and c1.creationdate > now() - interval '7 days'
group by c1.pageid
order by 2 desc
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