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Set Computed Column Specification Or field in Select as sum of child records

I want to set a column in my invoice table to be a sum of the values in my invoice items table using computed column specification.

Example: 3 invoice items with a value of 10 in the total field would make the total field in the invoice table = 30 where the invoice.invoiceid value = the invoice items. invoiceid

If that's not possible how would I do it in my select from the invoice table so that my select returns one row for each invoice but has a column that has a sum of all related invoiceitem.total fields for that invoiceid? Something like:
Select SUM(invoiceitem.total) as total, invoiceid from invoices
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>I want to set a column in my invoice table to be a sum of the values in my invoice items table using computed column specification. <<
No that is not possible.  You could do it with a Select statement and a Group clause.  But without knowing the table structure it is difficult to be precise.
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
Here is another option using a subquery:

Select Col1, Col2, Col3,
           (Select SUM(Total) From invoiceitem Where invoiceid = i.invoiceid)
From   invoice i
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advlgxAuthor Commented:
Thanks!
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