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Returning Total Inventory Quantity from the AdventureWorks Database

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I would like to return a single row which returns the total items in stock for a given productID.

Currently my query is as follows:
SELECT s.SalesOrderID,s.SalesOrderDetailID, s.OrderQty, s.ProductID, s.UnitPrice, s.unitPriceDiscount,
 s.LineTotal, pri.Quantity, p.Name as Name

from Sales.SalesOrderDetail s
            INNER JOIN production.product p
ON p.ProductID = s.ProductID            
inner join production.productInventory pri on pri.ProductID = s.ProductID
where s.SalesOrderID =@SalesOrderID

Because a single productID can exist in multiple locations, this query can return multiple rows - which I don't want.
Experts, How can I SUM the pri.Quantity and return a single row??  Thanks in advance!

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SELECT s.ProductID, s.UnitPrice, s.unitPriceDiscount, sum(pri.Quantity) as pri_quantity, p.Name as Name
from Sales.SalesOrderDetail s
            INNER JOIN production.product p
ON p.ProductID = s.ProductID            
inner join production.productInventory pri on pri.ProductID = s.ProductID
where s.SalesOrderID =@SalesOrderID
group by s.ProductID, s.UnitPrice, s.unitPriceDiscount, p.Name
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Sweet!
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