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Add a total row in store procedure

Posted on 2008-06-13
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how do Add a total row to in a  store procedure, my query show;
meses enero febreo
item1   100     200
item2   150      250
I need to show
meses enero febreo
item1   100     200
item2   150      250
total     250     450
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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here we go:
select mese, enero, febreo
  from yourtable
union all
select 'total', sum(enero), sum(febro)
  from yourtable

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by:sbagireddi
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select sum(enero),sum(febreo)
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brad2575 earned 500 total points
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You can do a union on the query.

Note you may have to change the word 'total' in the second query so tha tit is ordered properly, you may need to call it 'zztotal' or something so it shows up as the last column in the sort order.

Select meses, enero, febreo From TableName
 
Union
 
Select 'total' as meses, Sum(enero), sum(febreo) From TableName
 
Order by meses

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