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Counting the product delivery

Hi, I have two tables namely tblProduct and tblDelivery with the following definition:

tblProduct - pid,pdesc
tblDelivery - pid,date,time,location

where the keys are bold.

Now I want to construct a sql statement to display pid,pdesc,totalNumberOfDeliveryBasedOnDate sorted by pid, date

Please advice me on how to construct this sql statement.
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bpyeo
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bpyeo
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tigin44Commented:
SELECT P.pid, P.pdesc, total AS totalNumberOfDelivery
FROM tblProduct P
   INNER JOIN (      SELECT X.pid, X.[date], COUNT(*) as total
                        FROM tblDelivery X
                        GROUP BY X.pid, X.[date])  D ON P.pid = D.pid

ORDER BY P.pid, D.[date]
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mayankagarwalCommented:
select a.pid, a.desc, count(b.pid), b.date from tblProduct a, tblDelivery  b where a.pid = b.pid group by b.date
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