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SQL search / results from 2 tables

Posted on 2010-01-12
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Using SQL Server 2008 Management Studio

Table 1: MasterAccounts
PK   MasterAccount_ID     int
LeadSourceProvider_ID    int

Table 2: LeadSourceProviders
PK    LeadSourceProvider_ID     int
LeadSourceProviderName       nvarchar(50)

the result I am looking for is as follows (when executing the sql script) :

LeadSourceProviderName,  [count of Master Accounts using that LeadSourceProviderName)
LeadSourceProviders has a 1-to-Many relationship with MasterAccounts table.

How would you construct a SQL query to do this please?
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SELECT a.LeadSourceProviderName, (SELECT COUNT(*) FROM MasterAccounts m WHERE m.LeadSourceProvider_ID = a.LeadSourceProvider_ID ) as cnt
from LeadSourceProviders a
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by:amillyard
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spot on -- thank you aneeshattingal  :-)
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