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Posted on 2011-03-06
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I have this query which returns car manufacturers...
SELECT DISTINCT [Make] FROM [VehicleSpecs] ORDER BY [Make]

How can I modifiy this query to also return the count for each make?

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SELECT [Make],count(*) FROM [VehicleSpecs] group by [Make] ORDER BY [Make]
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But how can I assign a field name to count ? because this way I can't assign the count field to the asp.net control.
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SELECT [Make],count(*) as [MakeCount] FROM [VehicleSpecs] group by [Make] ORDER BY [Make]
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Thanks !
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