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Posted on 2006-10-19
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I would like to compare SUMs from two tables. Addtionally, I need to find the Sum from the OEOrdLin_Sql table when there is not a matching record(Item_No) in the IMLSTrx_SQL table, thus the outer join.  I am not getting the right answers with my approach.
The first table is an Order Line table. It contains Item_No and Qty_To_Ship.
It’s SUM looks like:
SELECT item_no, SUM(qty_to_ship) AS QtyToShip
FROM  OEORDLIN_SQL L
WHERE (item_no = '115-005-071')
GROUP BY item_no

The second table is a Lot Transaction table. It contains Item_No and Trx_Qty.
It’s SUM looks like:
SELECT SUM(trx_qty) AS TrxQty
FROM  IMLSTRX_SQL
WHERE (item_no = '115-005-071') AND (source = 'O') AND (ctl_no = 0)

The SUM for the OEOrdLin_SQL table is 4.
The SUM for the IMLSTrx_SQL table is 4.

Here is my attempt to compare.
SELECT L.item_no, SUM(L.qty_to_ship) AS QtyToShip, SUM(T.trx_qty) AS TrxQty
FROM  OEORDLIN_SQL L LEFT OUTER JOIN
               IMLSTRX_SQL T ON L.item_no = T.item_no
WHERE (T.source = 'O') AND (T.ctl_no = 0) AND (L.item_no = '115-005-071')
GROUP BY L.item_no

My attempt yields QtyToShip = 16 and TrxQty = 20.

What is the right approach?

Thanks,
Pat

Ultimately, I need to only return those records where QtyToShip <> TrxQty so I will need to add a conditional in the Where or Having clause.
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Question by:mpdillon
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by:Thandava Vallepalli
ID: 17768980
try this

SELECT item_no, SUM(qty_to_ship) AS QtyToShip, sum(SELECT trx_qty AS TrxQty
FROM  IMLSTRX_SQL
WHERE (item_no = L.item_no) AND (source = 'O') AND (ctl_no = 0))
FROM  OEORDLIN_SQL L
WHERE (item_no = '115-005-071')
GROUP BY item_no


itsvtk
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by:TRACEYMARY
ID: 17768992
Use cursor..
   Get all records from Order
        Get all totals from line
        Get all totals for the transaction.

The transaction table needs to contact order from Order table else the item could not belong to correct order?
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Thandava Vallepalli earned 500 total points
ID: 17769102
Oooooops...   Try this one it works

SELECT item_no, SUM(qty_to_ship) AS QtyToShip,
                  (SELECT sum(trx_qty)
                     FROM  IMLSTRX_SQL
                     WHERE (item_no = L.item_no) AND (source = 'O') AND (ctl_no = 0)) AS TrxQty
FROM  OEORDLIN_SQL L
WHERE (item_no = '115-005-071')
GROUP BY item_no


itsvtk
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by:mpdillon
ID: 17774339
It worked great. Here is the final query. I made it a Full Join. I need to catch any orders that do not have LotNos attached and I need to catch any LotNos that are not attached to an order.

SELECT     L.item_no, L.ord_no, L.line_no, SUM(ISNULL(L.qty_to_ship, 0)) AS Qty_TO_Ship, ISNULL
                          ((SELECT     SUM(T.Trx_Qty)
                              FROM         IMLSTrx_SQL T
                              WHERE     L.ITem_No = T.Item_No AND L.Ord_No = T.Ord_No AND L.Line_No = T.Line_No AND T.Source = 'O' AND T.Ctl_No = 0), 0) AS Trx_Qty,
                      T.ser_lot_no
FROM         OEORDLIN_SQL L FULL OUTER JOIN
                      IMLSTRX_SQL T ON L.item_no = T.item_no AND L.ord_no = T.ord_no AND L.line_no = T.line_no
WHERE     (T.source = 'O') AND (T.ctl_no = 0)
GROUP BY L.item_no, L.ord_no, L.line_no, T.ser_lot_no
HAVING      (SUM(ISNULL(L.qty_to_ship, 0)) <> ISNULL
                          ((SELECT     SUM(T.Trx_Qty)
                              FROM         IMLSTrx_SQL T
                              WHERE     L.ITem_No = T.Item_No AND L.Ord_No = T.Ord_No AND L.Line_No = T.Line_No AND T.Source = 'O' AND T.Ctl_No = 0), 0))
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