troubleshooting Question

Combine two sql queries

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Dan560Flag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2008SQL
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Hi I have two SQL queries that work correctly when run on their own.

What I want to do - is have one combined query that returns the sum (4th) field in the second query as an additional column in the first query. the first three columns in each table contain the same data.

First query
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Select a.pl_date, a.pl_market, a.pl_code,sum(c.pl_actual)
from pl_actual a, pl_actual c
where a.pl_market=c.pl_market
And a.pl_code=c.pl_code
And c.pl_date >= trim(left(a.pl_date,4))+'.01'
And c.pl_date <= a.pl_date
Group by a.pl_date, a.pl_market, a.pl_code

Second Query
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Select a.pl_date, a.pl_market, a.pl_code,sum(b.pl_budget)
from pl_actual a, pl_budget b
where a.pl_market=b.pl_market
And a.pl_code=b.pl_code
And b.pl_date >= trim(left(a.pl_date,4))+'.01'
And b.pl_date <= a.pl_date

Group by a.pl_date, a.pl_market, a.pl_code


Thanks for any assistance
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