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Display results of 2 queries in one result

Posted on 2011-03-10
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I am hoping fo r aquick turnaround on this question, probably really easy....

I nned to produce a query which shows the total number of servers per building AND the total number of servers down in the same result.

Example:

BLDG          TotalServers         DownServers
--------------------------------------------------------------
123                   20                              0
456                   16                              2

The queries I am using are:
For all servers
select bldg, count(*) as TotalServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status = 1
group by bldg

For down servers
select bldg, count(*) as DownServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status <> 1
group by bldg

Can these be combined?
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by:sammySeltzer
ID: 35094796
Use UNION to combine them

select bldg, count(*) as TotalServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status = 1
group by bldg

UNION ALL

select bldg, count(*) as DownServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status <> 1
group by bldg

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by:sammySeltzer
ID: 35094812
Remove the first group by, sorry

select bldg, count(*) as TotalServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status = 1

UNION ALL

select bldg, count(*) as DownServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status <> 1
group by bldg
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derekkromm earned 500 total points
ID: 35094837

select isnull(a.bldg, b.bldg), isnull(TotalServers, 0) as 'UpServers', isnull(DownServers, 0) as 'DownServers' from (
select bldg, count(*) as TotalServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status = 1
group by bldg) a
full outer join (
select bldg, count(*) as DownServers from nodes
where vendor = 'windows' and status <> 1
group by bldg) b
on a.bldg = b.bldg
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by:edrz01
ID: 35095521
Perfect! This was just what I needed. (The others were unions and would have stacked the data rather than in columns.)
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