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Distinct Count in Access....

I understand that there is no "Distinct Count" in Access and I can read and understand the logic of most things, but I am not that DB savvy and have been trying to get substrings to work or something to work, but can figure it out.

Here is a sample Table (called Data):

AuditID          SevCode             IP
-----------------------------------------------
10                  Cat I                    x.x.x.12
10                  Cat I                    x.x.x.35
10                  Cat I                    x.x.x.109
10                  Cat I                    x.x.x.198
2109              Cat II                    x.x.x.12
2109              Cat II                    x.x.x.49
2109              Cat II                    x.x.x.124
2109              Cat II                    x.x.x.93
493                Cat III                    x.x.x.35
493                Cat III                    x.x.x.49
493                Cat III                    x.x.x.143
679                Cat I                     x.x.x.93
679                Cat I                     x.x.x.143
4317              Cat III                    x.x.x.93
4317              Cat III                    x.x.x.104

I am trying to count the total number of Cat I's, II's and III's. The code I am using is either counting total distinct records based off of AuditID (this case = 5) or only shows me the the total of one of the Cat's but doesn't distinct them (this case = 6 Cat I).

What I would like to get spit out is:
Cat I   = 2
Cat II  = 1
Cat III = 2

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!!!
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Göran AnderssonCommented:
A distinct count would just give you the result three, as there are three different SevCode values. What you want to do is to group on the SevCode field, and use count to get the number of records in each group:

select SevCode, count(*)
from Data
group by SevCode
order by SevCode
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SMBowenAuthor Commented:
@GreenGhost

That gives me an output of:
Cat I = 6
Cat II = 4
Cat III = 5

It counts the total records of each Cat, I would like to know how many distinct AuditID's there are and then break it down by how many of thoses are Cat I's, II's and III's and output that as the final number.
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperCommented:
select SevCode, count(AuditID & SevCode) from Data group by SevCode order by SevCode
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperCommented:
Select SevCode, count(AuditID & SevCode) As ID_SevCoe From Data Group by SevCode Order by SevCode
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SMBowenAuthor Commented:
@eghtebas

Same thing, it gives me the total records with Cat I's, II's and III's
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Göran AnderssonCommented:
I see. I think that you have to group it twice to get that result.

I can't check the syntax in Access, as I don't have it installed at the moment, but these give the correct result in SQL Server:

select SevCode, count(*)
from (
	select SevCode
	from Data
	group by AuditId, SevCode
) x
group by SevCode
 
or:
 
select SevCode, count(*)
from (
	select distinct AuditId, SevCode
	from Data
) x
group by SevCode

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SMBowenAuthor Commented:
Excellent!!!!!! thank you so much!!! They both worked!!!!
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperCommented:
sorry... I guess this one should work if you care to try. I know the question is already closed with a good answer from GreenGhost.

Select SevCode, count(AuditID & SevCode) As ID_SevCoe From Data Group by AuditID & SevCode Order by SevCode
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