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Script Case - SQL Query

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hi,
I am using Scriptcase for a project.

I have table as attached
 DB Table
In a grid I have the query "onRecord"


// Check for record
$check_sql = "SELECT sum(recip_export), sum(recip_import), sum(recip_origin_export), sum(recip_mm)"
           . " FROM recip"
           . " WHERE recip_supplier = '" . {recip.recip_supplier} . "'";

sc_lookup(rs, $check_sql);

if (isset({rs[0][0]}))     // Row found
{
    {Exportation} = {rs[0][0]};
    {Import} = {rs[0][1]};
        {Exportation_Origin} = {rs[0][2]};
            {move_manament} = {rs[0][3]};
 
}
else     // No row found
{
    {other_field} = '';
    {other_region} = '';
}

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The resulting grid is
Resulting Table
Notice the value 105 and 150 are repeated everywhere.

When I make SQL Query externally I get the result I wanted
SELECT recip.recip_supplier, sum(recip.recip_export), sum(recip.recip_import)
FROM recip GROUP BY recip.recip_supplier

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Query Result
Where I am getting wrong. Could some one throw some light, please.

Thanks  
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Question by:jayseena
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GROUP BY recip.recip_supplier

is missing from your code
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by:jayseena
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I did that earlier and there was a clash between a group function within SC.
However I managed to avoid that and grouped it in the query, as you suggested
Thanks for your help.
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