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Re: Query Summary Help...




One more guess:

Try explicitly aliasing the fields of interest and using those aliases
exclusively throughout the rest of the expression.

SELECT
p.pk_ProductID as pid,
p.Description as dsc,
SUM(i.Quantity) as totl

FROM invoice_invoicelines_Product p
JOIN invoice_InvoiceLines i ON pid = i.fk_ProductID

WHERE pid IN (1,2,3)
AND i.fk_InvoiceID IN (1,2,3)
GROUP BY pid;

Note that I moved the invoiceID clause out of the join condition into the
where filter. The ON clause should only contain expressions of relational
interest.

On Thu, Oct 22, 2015, 6:00 PM Don Wieland <donw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>
> > On Oct 22, 2015, at 2:41 PM, Michael Dykman <mdykman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> > I'm not at a terminal but have you tried grouping by p.pk_ProductID
> instead
> > of i.fk...? It is the actual value you are selecting as well as being on
> > the primary table in the query.
>
> Yeah I tried that - actually the SUM I need is on the JOIN relationship -
> results should be:
>
> 1,Banana,3
> 2,Orange,5
> 3,Melon,6
>
> Thanks!
>
> Don Wieland
> donw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> http://www.pointmade.net
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