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Please find attachment.
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by:kirannandedkar
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Sorry forgot the attachment
Table-A.doc
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Something like this, perhaps?
Update Table_D
SET TotalAmountBase = ISNULL(A.SumBase,0) + ISNULL(B.SumBase, 0)
FROM Table_D D
LEFT JOIN (SELECT LogId, Sum(amountBase) as SumBase FROM Table_A Group By LogId) A ON A.LogId = D.LogId
LEFT JOIN (SELECT LogId, Sum(amountBase) as SumBase FROM Table_B Group By LogId) B ON B.LogId = D.LogId

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by:kirannandedkar
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Have you tried doing it
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by:kirannandedkar
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Really really thanks.. I hope there is no performance issue.. If you have better query than this then pls let me know otherwise i will close the question and award you points
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by:kirannandedkar
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It was nice query and it helped me
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