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I've got a query that I wrote.. (I'm no DBA so it probably looks like crap) but it works... my only problem is how it outputs when I spool it in HTML.. it comes across as multiple tables, I would like it to be output in one table with multiple coloumns Columns rather than multiple tables with only one column each.  could somebody please point me in the right direction ? (please!)

Thanks!
spool c:\pregnancy.html
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CR_CT_Total_11_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID <= '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CR_Total_11_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CT_Total_11_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CR_NO_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%NO%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CT_NO_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%NO%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CR_YES_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%YES%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
SELECT  count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CT_YES_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%YES%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2' AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
 
spool off;
exit;

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by:Milleniumaire
ID: 24108199
There are a couple of ways of doing this.  The most performant way would be to combine all your queries into a single query such that the WHERE clause contains the conditions that appear in every statement i.e. "AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F' etc.
You would then use a number of CASE statements in the SELECT to determine which values would be counted.  This is possible because all queries are retrieving data from the same two tables.

Alternatively, you could use the query I've written below, which simply combines the existing queries into one large unioned statement and then wraps another query around it.  It may not be the best in terms of performance but it is simple to do and additional queries (with different conditions, even different tables) can be easily added to it.

You will notice that although 7 expressions are retrieved by each select statement, each select statement only returns a value in one of those expressions; a different one for each query.  These are then combined into a single row by the outer query performing a sum of each retrieved expression.
SELECT sum(CR_CT_Total_11_50) CR_CT_Total_11_50, 
       sum(CR_Total_11_50) CR_Total_11_50,
       sum(CT_Total_11_50) CT_Total_11_50,
       sum(CR_NO_11_to_50) CR_NO_11_to_50,
       sum(CT_NO_11_to_50) CT_NO_11_to_50,
       sum(CR_YES_11_to_50) CR_YES_11_to_50,
       sum(CT_YES_11_to_50) CT_YES_11_to_50
FROM (
SELECT  count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CR_CT_Total_11_50,
        0 CR_Total_11_50,
        0 CT_Total_11_50,
        0 CR_NO_11_to_50,
        0 CT_NO_11_to_50,
        0 CR_YES_11_to_50,
        0 CT_YES_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID <= '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CR_Total_11_50,0,0,0,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CT_Total_11_50,0,0,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CR_NO_11_to_50,0,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%NO%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CT_NO_11_to_50,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%NO%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CR_YES_11_to_50,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%YES%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50';
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CT_YES_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%YES%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2' 
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
);

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by:jasonslan
ID: 24108486
that looks exactly like what I want.. but for some reason I'm getting "SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. " all through out the output..  and the stuff its showing for error's at line 12 and 25, doesn't actually exist on those lines.. and everything is ended properly as far as I can tell..
 AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
                                                                *
 
ERROR at line 25: 
ORA-00907: missing right parenthesis 
SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. 
 
0  CR_TOTAL_11_50  0  0  0  0  0  
0  381  0  0  0  0  0  
 
 
SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. 
 
 
0  0  CT_TOTAL_11_50  0  0  0  0  
0  0  166  0  0  0  0  
 
 
SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. 
 
 
0  0  0  CR_NO_11_TO_50  0  0  0  
0  0  0  146  0  0  0  
 
 
SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. 
 
 
0  0  0  0  CT_NO_11_TO_50  0  0  
0  0  0  0  81  0  0  
 
 
SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. 
 
 
0  0  0  0  0  CR_YES_11_TO_50  0  
0  0  0  0  0  3  0  
 
 
SP2-0042: unknown command "UNION ALL" - rest of line ignored. 
 
 
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50')
                                                                 *
 
ERROR at line 12: 
ORA-00933: SQL command not properly ended 

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Milleniumaire earned 250 total points
ID: 24108540
Sorry, I left in the ; at the end of each statement.  That's the problem with not being able to run the query to test it ;-) Try taking out all the semicolons except the last one:
SELECT sum(CR_CT_Total_11_50) CR_CT_Total_11_50, 
       sum(CR_Total_11_50) CR_Total_11_50,
       sum(CT_Total_11_50) CT_Total_11_50,
       sum(CR_NO_11_to_50) CR_NO_11_to_50,
       sum(CT_NO_11_to_50) CT_NO_11_to_50,
       sum(CR_YES_11_to_50) CR_YES_11_to_50,
       sum(CT_YES_11_to_50) CT_YES_11_to_50
FROM (
SELECT  count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CR_CT_Total_11_50,
        0 CR_Total_11_50,
        0 CT_Total_11_50,
        0 CR_NO_11_to_50,
        0 CT_NO_11_to_50,
        0 CR_YES_11_to_50,
        0 CT_YES_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID <= '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CR_Total_11_50,0,0,0,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,count(study.MY_ACCESSION_NUMBER)CT_Total_11_50,0,0,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE
              patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CR_NO_11_to_50,0,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%NO%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CT_NO_11_to_50,0,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%NO%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CR_YES_11_to_50,0
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%YES%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '1'
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
UNION ALL 
SELECT  0,0,0,0,0,0,count(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5)CT_YES_11_to_50
       FROM study,
            patient
        WHERE 
              UPPER(study.MY_CUSTOM_FIELD5) LIKE '%YES%'
         AND patient.my_patient_id=study.patient_id
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME >= '03/01/2009'
         AND MY_EXAM_DATE_TIME <= '03/31/2009'
         AND MODALITY_ID = '2' 
         AND UPPER(patient.MY_GENDER)='F'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) >= '11'
         AND ((sysdate - patient.MY_BIRTH_DATE) / 365.25) <= '50'
); 
  

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by:jasonslan
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That is EXACTLY what I needed.. thank you SOOO MUCH!
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