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Posted on 2008-06-20
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Hi There,
I have rows like the following
File_Num   Name    Date                               rec_cnt
1               MAXX   20/06/2008 3:30:32 PM  1
1               MAXX   20/06/2008 4:00:32 PM  2
1               MAXX   20/06/2008 4:30:32 PM  1
2               MAXX   21/06/2008 3:30:32 PM  1
2               MAXX   21/06/2008 4:00:32 PM  1
2               MAXX   21/06/2008 4:30:32 PM  1
Now i must display the above rows like the following
File_Num   Name    Date                               rec_cnt
1               MAXX   20/06/2008 3:30:32 PM  4
1               MAXX   21/06/2008 3:30:32 PM  3

Can you please help me with some query or view?
Thanks in advance
Regs
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by:Milleniumaire
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select file_num,
          name,
          date,
          sum(rec_cnt)
from mytable
group by file_num,
               name,
               date
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Aaah, just noticed the times are different for each file num, so you will have to retrieve the min or maximum time depending on what you want to see:

select file_num,
          name,
          min(date),
          sum(rec_cnt)
from mytable
group by file_num,
               name

If you also need to group by date i.e. show a change of date (but not time) then try the following variation:

select file_num,
          name,
          min(date),
          sum(rec_cnt)
from mytable
group by file_num,
               name,
               trunc(date)
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by:raghx_2000
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Not working. -:(
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by:raghx_2000
ID: 31469117
select file_num,
          name,
          min(date),
          sum(rec_cnt)
from mytable
group by file_num,
               name
Thanks pal
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