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I have this query which works fine and gives me the data I'm looking for exactly.

SELECT COUNT(DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate())) AS [0 TO 30 Days]
FROM Vulnerabilities
WHERE Addinfo >= 500 AND CurrentStatus = 'OPEN' AND DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 0 AND 30

However,  I need to have the same query for BETWEEN 31 AND 60 and BETWEEN 61 and 90 etc.. I want to be able to run the query so that I get 3 columns one named 0 to 30 days, one named 31 to 60 days etc.. I just don't know how to repeat the query in the same results.  
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by:momi_sabag
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SELECT COUNT(case when DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 0 AND 30 then DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) else 0 end) AS [0 TO 30 Days] ,
COUNT(case when DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 31 AND 60 then DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) else 0 end) AS [31 TO 60 Days] ,
COUNT(case when DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 61 AND 90 then DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) else 0 end) AS [61 TO 90 Days]
FROM Vulnerabilities
WHERE Addinfo >= 500 AND CurrentStatus = 'OPEN'
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by:jclemo
ID: 22631451
Actually, it appears that this solution did NOT work.. it gave me three columns with the total count in it..
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sijishJohn earned 1000 total points
ID: 22631485
try this...

SELECT(
SELECT  COUNT(DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()))       
FROM Vulnerabilities  
WHERE Addinfo >= 500  AND CurrentStatus = 'OPEN' AND
DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 0 AND 30) AS [0 TO 30 Days],

(SELECT  COUNT(DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()))       
FROM Vulnerabilities  
WHERE Addinfo >= 500  AND CurrentStatus = 'OPEN' AND
DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 31 AND 60) AS [31 TO 60 Days],

(SELECT  COUNT(DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()))       
FROM Vulnerabilities  
WHERE Addinfo >= 500  AND CurrentStatus = 'OPEN'  AND
DATEDIFF(Day,SLA_Date,GetDate()) BETWEEN 61 AND 90 ) AS [61 TO 90 Days]
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by:jclemo
ID: 22631507
Yep, that's it.. I was one "SELECT" off.. thanks a ton... How do I get points reallocated?
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by:sijishJohn
ID: 22631535
try to reallocate...else mark it as assisted solution....
thanks
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by:jclemo
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Rockin.. thanks
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