Group By error (with Subquery)

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Objective: I want to return one line grouped by Property (P.scode).
I have specific code (attached) that needs an expert's review.
I'm getting a common error that I can not resolve:  "Column table.feild is invalid in the select list because it is not contained in either an aggregate function or the GROUP BY clause."  I can not seem to resolve, probably due to a subquery and group by function.

Attached find a word document with two T-SQL:
-Group by Tenant - Successful query grouped by a more detailed "Tenant" level
-Group by Property - represents modification to the success query; resulting with the group by error.
I've tried but failed solve.  If this question looks familar, it is directly related to an open Crystal question.  The Crystal Experts help suggests I attempt fix via T-SQL command (which makes perfect sense, execpt I'm failing to solve vial SQL too)

Data set consists of Many Tenants that belong to a single Property.  

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jogosCommented:
In that construction  charge.hmy must be one of the columns making part of the group by, don't think that will cause a problem

Group By  p.sCode, p.sAddr1, charge.hmy

But see also you use the same subselect  from table detail twice. It will be better to make it an extra left join (and then no need to have charge.hmy in group by).
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James0628Commented:
I think he's probably right.  You used charge.hmy in the subquery, but not in the GROUP BY.

 I wonder if you could just use SUM on the subqueries, instead of changing the GROUP BY?  For example

, Sum(charge.sTotalAmount) -
    Sum (select isnull(sum(d.samount),0) from detail d
    where d.hchkorchg = charge.hmy and d.cashpost <= '02/29/2012')


 Don't know that I've ever tried anything like that.  Seems like it might work.

 James
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jogosCommented:
Select  p.sCode
, p.sAddr1

, Sum(charge.sTotalAmount)
, Sum(charge.sTotalAmount) - isnull(sum(d.samount),0)  -- from join
   
, case when Sum(charge.sTotalAmount) <> 0 then
      (Sum(charge.sTotalAmount) - isnull(sum(d.samount),0) )  -- from join
      / Sum(charge.sTotalAmount) * 100
      else 0 end AS sortCol
From  Property p  Inner Join Tenant t ON p.hMy = t.hProperty  
Inner Join trans charge ON t.hMyPerson = charge.hPerson  
Inner Join acct ON acct.hMy = charge.hOffsetAcct  
Left Outer Join chargtyp ON charge.hRetentionAcct = chargtyp.hMy
-- Introduced left join here
LEFT JOIN  detail d
    ON d.hchkorchg = charge.hmy and d.cashpost <= '02/29/2012'
inner join tenstatus ts on ( ts.istatus = t.istatus )
Where      7 = charge.iType
and chargtyp.sCode='rnt'
and P.scode = 103 and charge.uPostDate ='02/01/2012'
Group By  p.sCode, p.sAddr1
Order By  sortCol desc  -- changed 5 by column alias
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