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Hi,

I have two tables: "orders" and "view"
I have a view.php file which displays the division, name, amount, and member fields.

It pulls everything correctly, except the "amount" field. Each division has multiple orders and it only displays the amount of the first order. How can I display the total of all the amounts of each order by the "division"?

orders
=======
orderid - (primary key)
name
division
amount

view
=======
division - (primary key)
members

This is the mysql query that I have:

"SELECT view.division, view.members, orders.division, orders.name, orders.amount
FROM view, orders
WHERE view.division = orders.division"

This is the field that is suppose to display the amount of the order.

<?php
$cellvalue = "";
if ((!isset($_GET["edit_fd1"])) && (!isset($_POST["edit_fd1"]))) {
    $itemvalue = $row[1];
} else {
    $itemvalue = qsrequest("edit_fd1");
}

    $cellvalue = "<input type=\"text\" class=\"field1\" name=\"edit_fd1\" value=\"" . qsreplace_html_quote(stripslashes($itemvalue)) . "\" size=\"30\"  maxlength=\"24\" >";
    if ($cellvalue == "") {
        $cellvalue = "&nbsp;";
    }
    echo $cellvalue;
?>
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Question by:fcruz5
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If you have multiple orders for one division you need to GROUP the values in your SQL for the order. So the SQl looks like:

SELECT view.division, view.members, sum(orders.amount)
FROM view, orders
WHERE view.division = orders.division GROUP BY view.division, view.members

If orders.name is not uniquw accross the different oders.amount you can't select it in the same query orders.name
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