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I'm stuck... why won't this join work?

tallySql = "select orderitems.ProductId, tblProduct.ItemName, orders.orderstatus, sum(orderItems.Qty) as sumQty from OrderItems INNER JOIN (orders INNER JOIN [tblProduct] ON orderItems.ProductId=tblProduct.ItemSKU) ON orders.orderid=orderitems.orderid WHERE orders.orderstatus = 'a' group by orderItems.ProductId, tblProduct.ItemName order by orderItems.ProductId"
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AzraSound earned 50 total points
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You are joining the [Orders] table and the [tblproduct] table based on criteria that uses the [orderItems] table.  Maybe it should look like this:


tallySql = "select orderitems.ProductId, tblProduct.ItemName, orders.orderstatus, sum(orderItems.Qty) as sumQty from (tblProduct INNER JOIN (orders INNER JOIN OrderItems ON orders.orderid=orderitems.orderid) ON orderItems.ProductId=tblProduct.ItemSKU) WHERE orders.orderstatus = 'a' group by orderItems.ProductId, tblProduct.ItemName order by orderItems.ProductId"
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by:prokni
ID: 7117282
What about this?
select
     orderitems.ProductId, tblProduct.ItemName, orders.orderstatus,      sum(orderItems.Qty) as sumQty
from
     OrderItems,orders,[tblProduct]
WHERE
     orderItems.ProductId=tblProduct.ItemSKU and
     orders.orderid=orderitems.orderid  and
     orders.orderstatus = 'a'
group by
     orderItems.ProductId, tblProduct.ItemName
order by
     orderItems.ProductId"
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by:mgfranz
ID: 7117300
I get this error with either query;

Category=Microsoft JET Database Engine
Number=(0x80040E21)
Description=You tried to execute a query that does not include the specified expression 'orderstatus' as part of an aggregate function.
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by:AzraSound
ID: 7117325
add orders.orderstatus to your GROUP BY clause...
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by:mgfranz
ID: 7117328
Thank you my friend!  :-)

[I don't think I'll ever get the hang of full queries...]
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by:AzraSound
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Glad I could help   :-)
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by:mgfranz
ID: 7117345
I can always rely on some other smart mind to save me...
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