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Oracle SQL: smerge two similar tables having a difference of one column

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Hi,
I'd like to smerge two tables that are almost alike: InventoryUsed, InventoryWasted
They both have Product_ID. InventoryUsed has a Inventory_Used column that I will sum per Product_ID. InventoryWasted has a Inventory_Wasted column that I will sum per Product_ID.

How do I smerge these two queries:
SELECT Product_ID, SUM(Inventory_Used)
FROM InventoryUsed
GROUP BY Product_ID

SELECT Product_ID, SUM(Inventory_Wasted)
FROM InventoryWasted
GROUP BY Product_ID

So that I get:
Product_ID, SUM(Inventory_Used), SUM(Inventory_Wasted)

Best regards,
WDelaney





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