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find sum of query

find the sum of
i.quantity (integer)

i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost  (0.00)
select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 ) and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260) and company like '%' + 'company' + '%' order by o.dateordered

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cyberkiwiCommented:
select sum(quantity)
from
(
select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
--order by o.dateordered
) X
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mcv22Commented:
Not exactly sure what you mean. If you want the sum of the above fields for orders that match the constraint, this should work:


select
	o.orderid,
	ISNULL(SUM(i.quantity), 0) AS SumQuantity,
	ISNULL(SUM(i.subtotal), 0) AS SumSubTotal,
	ISNULL(SUM(e.amountpaid), 0) AS SumAmountPaid
	ISNULL(SUM(p.estimatedcost), 0) AS SumEstimatedCost
from orders o 
left join ebaydata e 
	on o.orderid = e.orderid 
LEFT JOIN orderitems i 
	on o.orderid = i.orderid 
LEFT JOIN products p 
	on i.productid = p.productid 
left join payments y 
	on o.orderid = y.orderid 
left join 
	statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid 
where 
	(o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 ) and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1)
	and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260) and 
	company like '%' + 'company' + '%' 
group by
	o.orderid

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cyberkiwiCommented:
select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,
sum(i.quantity) SumQuantity,
sum(i.subtotal) SumSubtotal,
sum(e.amountpaid) SumAmountpaid,
sum(p.estimatedcost) Sumestimatedcost, p.productid
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
Group by o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,o.billfirstname,o.billlastname,o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,p.productid
order by o.dateordered
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rgb192Author Commented:
select
      o.orderid,
      ISNULL(SUM(i.quantity), 0) AS SumQuantity,
      ISNULL(SUM(i.subtotal), 0) AS SumSubTotal,
      ISNULL(SUM(e.amountpaid), 0) AS SumAmountPaid
      ISNULL(SUM(p.estimatedcost), 0) AS SumEstimatedCost
from orders o
left join ebaydata e
      on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i
      on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p
      on i.productid = p.productid
left join payments y
      on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join
      statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where
      (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 ) and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1)
      and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260) and
      company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
group by
      o.orderid


Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 7
Incorrect syntax near 'ISNULL'.
















select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,
sum(i.quantity) SumQuantity,
sum(i.subtotal) SumSubtotal,
sum(e.amountpaid) SumAmountpaid,
sum(p.estimatedcost) Sumestimatedcost, p.productid
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
Group by o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,o.billfirstname,o.billlastname,o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,p.productid
order by o.dateordered



is the same output as the query i started with

I want to add these columns to my current output

sum of
i.quantity (integer)

sum of
i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost  (0.00)
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mcv22Commented:
select
      o.orderid,
      ISNULL(SUM(i.quantity), 0) AS SumQuantity,
      ISNULL(SUM(i.subtotal), 0) AS SumSubTotal,
      ISNULL(SUM(e.amountpaid), 0) AS SumAmountPaid,
      ISNULL(SUM(p.estimatedcost), 0) AS SumEstimatedCost
from orders o
left join ebaydata e
      on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i
      on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p
      on i.productid = p.productid
left join payments y
      on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join
      statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where
      (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 ) and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1)
      and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260) and
      company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
group by
      o.orderid
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cyberkiwiCommented:
"add these columns"

You want ALL the original columns plus the new ones?
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cyberkiwiCommented:
For the sum, if you want it by unique orderid, then

select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid,
sum(i.quantity) over (partition by o.orderid) SumQty,
sum(i.subtotal) over (partition by o.orderid) SumTotal,
sum(e.amountpaid) over (partition by o.orderid) SumPaid,
sum(p.estimatedcost) over (partition by o.orderid) SumEstimate
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
order by o.dateordered

Adjust the partition clause as required
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rgb192Author Commented:
i meant sum of a column
i.quantity (integer)

sum of columns
i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost  (0.00)



for example
there are alot of 1 quantity in 'quantity'
so the sum of quantity is 50
(1+1+1+1+1+...)=50
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cyberkiwiCommented:
If you could please answer both questions, I can try again.

"add these columns"
You want ALL the original columns plus the new ones?  Or does the result only need the 4 columns, i.e. the 4 sums?

Is your SUM across the whole dataset, so 1 single result record from the query, or multiple records, 1 for each orderid (or some combination of fields)?
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rgb192Author Commented:
Or does the result only need the 4 columns, i.e. the 4 sums


Is your SUM across the whole dataset, so 1 single result record from the query
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cyberkiwiCommented:

select sum(quantity) SumQuantity, sum(subtotal) SumSubTotal, sum(amountpaid) SumAmountPaid, sum(estimatedcost) SumEstimatedCost
from
(
select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
--order by o.dateordered
) X

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cyberkiwiCommented:
If by
i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost  (0.00)
You mean 2 decimal places then
select
sum(quantity) SumQuantity,
convert(decimal(12,2),sum(subtotal)) SumSubTotal,
convert(decimal(12,2),sum(amountpaid)) SumAmountPaid,
convert(decimal(12,2),sum(estimatedcost)) SumEstimatedCost
from
(
select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
--order by o.dateordered
) X

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rgb192Author Commented:
select
sum(quantity) SumQuantity,
convert(decimal(12,2),sum(subtotal)) SumSubTotal,
convert(decimal(12,2),sum(amountpaid)) SumAmountPaid,
convert(decimal(12,2),sum(estimatedcost)) SumEstimatedCost
from
(
select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
--order by o.dateordered
) X



is the correct result for the sum

could you add the sum to the current query
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rgb192Author Commented:
both queries find the correct sum

could you have a column for sums
in the current query
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cyberkiwiCommented:
This?

select o.dateordered,o.orderid,s.status,RTRIM ( LTRIM( o.billfirstname + ' ' + o.billlastname ) ) billfullname,
o.itemid,e.title,p.internalsku,i.quantity,i.subtotal,e.amountpaid,p.estimatedcost,p.productid,
sum(i.quantity) over () SumQty,
sum(i.subtotal) over () SumTotal,
sum(e.amountpaid) over () SumPaid,
sum(p.estimatedcost) over () SumEstimate
from orders o left join ebaydata e on o.orderid = e.orderid
LEFT JOIN orderitems i on o.orderid = i.orderid
LEFT JOIN products p on i.productid = p.productid left join payments y on o.orderid = y.orderid
left join statuses2 s on o.statusid=s.statusid
where (o.dateordered between convert ( datetime, '16/08/2010', 103 )
 and convert ( datetime, '23/08/2010', 103 )+1) and o.statusid in (9,10,90,180,260)
and company like '%' + 'company' + '%'
order by o.dateordered
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rgb192Author Commented:
thanks
works perfectly
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