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this is a weird one, maybe.  i'm in the process writing the procedure below 3 different ways

1., give me the stats on each endpoint, all clients
2., give me the stats on each client, all endpoints
3., give me the stats on each endpoint/client pair  (this is the one posted below)

select b.EndPoint,b.Client,min(a.latency) AS MIN, max(a.latency) AS MAX, AVG(a.latency) AS AVG, stdev(a.latency) AS StDEV
FROM tableA a inner join tableBp b WITH (NOLOCK)
ON a.orderno = b.orderno
GROUP BY endpoint,client

unfortunately, in some cases, there are orderno's without endpoint and/or clients.  what is the most appropriate way to restrict my dataset to only those orderno's with an endpoint AND client ?
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>>what is the most appropriate way to restrict my dataset to only those orderno's with an endpoint AND client ?

select b.EndPoint,b.Client,min(a.latency) AS MIN, max(a.latency) AS MAX, AVG(a.latency) AS AVG, stdev(a.latency) AS StDEV
FROM tableA a inner join tableBp b WITH (NOLOCK)
ON a.orderno = b.orderno
WHERE b.Client is not null and b.EndPoint is not null
GROUP BY endpoint,client
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oh gosh.  unreal why i did not think of that.... jeeze
thank you ,imitchie
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1., give me the stats on each endpoint, all clients

select
  b.EndPoint, min(a.latency) AS MIN, max(a.latency) AS MAX,
  AVG(a.latency) AS AVG, stdev(a.latency) AS StDEV
FROM tableA a
inner join tableBp b WITH (NOLOCK) ON a.orderno = b.orderno
WHERE b.Client is not null and b.EndPoint is not null  -- restricted
GROUP BY b.endpoint

2., give me the stats on each client, all endpoints

select
  b.Client, min(a.latency) AS MIN, max(a.latency) AS MAX,
  AVG(a.latency) AS AVG, stdev(a.latency) AS StDEV
FROM tableA a
inner join tableBp b WITH (NOLOCK) ON a.orderno = b.orderno
WHERE b.Client is not null and b.EndPoint is not null    -- restricted
GROUP BY b.Client

3., give me the stats on each endpoint/client pair  (this is the one posted below)
-- posted above
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by:dbaSQL
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surely i was overthinking that one.... missing the total obvious
ugh

again, though, thank you very much
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