select distinct out of distinct

The easiest way is to do aggreagtion:

 select  etar.EmplKey,
 FROM EmployeeTarget etar
 inner join DimEmployee emp on emp.emplkey =
 inner join dimbranch br on br.BranchId =
 where etar.BranchId = 8
 group by etar.EmplKey

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No SELECT DISTINCT exists but I get: The text data type cannot be selected as DISTINCT because it is not comparable
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