Adding Output from two SQL Scripts

Posted on 2011-02-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
SQL 2008

I have two Tables :-


I need to Add BalanceReport.Qty to TransactionReport.Qty for its Corresponding NDC Column

Incase if NDC is not matching, then i need to just include the BalanceReport - NDC:Qty to Transaction Report.

I really need experts help to resolve this issue

select Id,NDC,Qty,CreatedDate from BalanceReport

select		GenericCode,  
			Sum([Dispensed Qty]) as TotalDispensed
from		TransactionReport    
Group By  GenericCode,NDC

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Lowfatspread earned 500 total points
ID: 34901304
basically like this...

i cannot work out from your statement which select you wish modifying...
select Id,NDC,Qty +coalesce((select sum([dispensed qty]) from transactionreport as x where x.ndc=b.ndc),0) as qty
,CreatedDate from BalanceReport as b

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Author Comment

ID: 34901355
I did it in this way.

Anyways thank you for your help
Create Proc usp_TotalTransaction

declare @TempTable table
	NDC nvarchar(1000), 
	Qty nvarchar(1000) 

Insert Into @TempTable (NDC,Qty)
			Sum(TR.[Dispensed Qty]) as Qty
from		TransactionReport TR    
Group By    TR.NDC

Insert Into @TempTable (NDC,Qty)
select BR.NDC,BR.Qty  from BalanceReport BR

select NDC,Sum(CONVERT(INT, Qty)) as Qty from  @TempTable
Group By NDC


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Author Closing Comment

ID: 34901358
Thank you

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