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Join 2 SQL query results togther using sequel

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Ok, i think this is an easy one but I cant remember how to do this. I have 2 queries with 2 seprate results sets from which I need to create one table

Query 1
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Pending Review'
               THEN 1
               END) AS pending
FROM...

Result set 1:
JAN   1
FEB   2
MAR  3

Query 2
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
SUM(stepMins) as Time
FROM...

Result set 2:
JAN  11 hrs
FEB   22 hrs
MAR  33 hrs

I would like to join these 2 sets together to result in one table
JAN    1       11 hrs
FEB     2       22 hrs
MAR   3       33 hrs
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by:chapmandew
ID: 22741133
like this:


select * into newtable
from
(
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Pending Review'
               THEN 1
               END) AS pending
FROM...
) a
join
(
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
SUM(stepMins) as Time
FROM...
) b on a.datename = b.datename
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Author Comment

by:Wirt
ID: 22741278
Sorry i thought i could get off easy so i did not post as much detail. This inline fx will not work b/c I have a different cols in each Q. I've attached the Qs and their results
 
 

-- Query 1 
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Pending Review'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS pending,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Open/In Progress'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS openInProgress,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Sent to Centralized / Auto Complete' or PRESALES_STATUS = 'Sent to Centralized'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS cent,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Sent to Remote Support'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS remote,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Canceled'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS canceled,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'On Hold'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS hold,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Completed'
		   THEN 1
		   END) AS completed,
COUNT(PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PROJECT_ID) AS actCount
 
FROM
PROJECT_ACTIVITY JOIN PMT_USERS
ON PMT_USERS.PMT_USER_ID = PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PMT_USER_ID
 
 
WHERE
PROJECT_TYPE = 'REVENUE'
AND project_recd_dt > '1/1/2008'
 
GROUP BY datename(month,Project_Recd_DT),month(Project_Recd_DT)
ORDER By month(Project_Recd_DT)
 
-- Query 2
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
SUM(stepMins)/60 as actTime,
SUM(CASE  WHEN substring(LEGACY_SYS_TYPE,8,1) = 'T'
			THEN PRODUCT_QTY
			END) as legacyT,
SUM(CASE  WHEN substring(LEGACY_SYS_TYPE,8,1) = 'B'
			THEN PRODUCT_QTY
			END) as legacyB,
SUM(CASE  WHEN substring(LEGACY_SYS_TYPE,8,1) = 'S'
			THEN PRODUCT_QTY
			END) as legacyS
FROM
PROJECT_ACTIVITY JOIN PMT_USERS
ON PMT_USERS.PMT_USER_ID = PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PMT_USER_ID
LEFT OUTER JOIN PMT_PRODUCT_PROCESS_CYCLE
ON PMT_PRODUCT_PROCESS_CYCLE.PROJECT_ID = PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PROJECT_ID
LEFT OUTER JOIN PMT_STEP_PROCESS_CYCLE
ON PMT_STEP_PROCESS_CYCLE.PROD_PROCESS_ID = PMT_PRODUCT_PROCESS_CYCLE.PROD_PROCESS_ID
 
WHERE
PROJECT_TYPE = 'REVENUE'
AND project_recd_dt > '1/1/2008'
 
GROUP BY datename(month,Project_Recd_DT),month(Project_Recd_DT)
ORDER By month(Project_Recd_DT)

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set-1.txt
set-2.txt
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Accepted Solution

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chapmandew earned 500 total points
ID: 22741329
should be the same idea....just include the extra columns:

select * into #temp
from 
(
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Pending Review'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS pending,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Open/In Progress'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS openInProgress,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Sent to Centralized / Auto Complete' or PRESALES_STATUS = 'Sent to Centralized'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS cent,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Sent to Remote Support'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS remote,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Canceled'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS canceled,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'On Hold'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS hold,
COUNT(CASE WHEN PRESALES_STATUS = 'Completed'
                   THEN 1
                   END) AS completed,
COUNT(PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PROJECT_ID) AS actCount
 
FROM
PROJECT_ACTIVITY JOIN PMT_USERS
ON PMT_USERS.PMT_USER_ID = PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PMT_USER_ID
 
 
WHERE
PROJECT_TYPE = 'REVENUE'
AND project_recd_dt > '1/1/2008'
 
GROUP BY datename(month,Project_Recd_DT),month(Project_Recd_DT)
) a 
JOIN 
(
SELECT
dateName(month,project_recd_dt) as recdMonth,
SUM(stepMins)/60 as actTime,
SUM(CASE  WHEN substring(LEGACY_SYS_TYPE,8,1) = 'T'
                        THEN PRODUCT_QTY
                        END) as legacyT,
SUM(CASE  WHEN substring(LEGACY_SYS_TYPE,8,1) = 'B'
                        THEN PRODUCT_QTY
                        END) as legacyB,
SUM(CASE  WHEN substring(LEGACY_SYS_TYPE,8,1) = 'S'
                        THEN PRODUCT_QTY
                        END) as legacyS
FROM
PROJECT_ACTIVITY JOIN PMT_USERS
ON PMT_USERS.PMT_USER_ID = PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PMT_USER_ID
LEFT OUTER JOIN PMT_PRODUCT_PROCESS_CYCLE
ON PMT_PRODUCT_PROCESS_CYCLE.PROJECT_ID = PROJECT_ACTIVITY.PROJECT_ID
LEFT OUTER JOIN PMT_STEP_PROCESS_CYCLE
ON PMT_STEP_PROCESS_CYCLE.PROD_PROCESS_ID = PMT_PRODUCT_PROCESS_CYCLE.PROD_PROCESS_ID
 
WHERE
PROJECT_TYPE = 'REVENUE'
AND project_recd_dt > '1/1/2008'
 
GROUP BY datename(month,Project_Recd_DT),month(Project_Recd_DT)
) b ON a.RecdMonth = b.RecdMonth
 
 
select * from #temp

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by:Wirt
ID: 31507162
I was wrong, thats why your the Genius, thanks!!!!
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