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Hi All i have the following query which all works fine

SELECT     TOP (100) PERCENT CAST(DATENAME(Month, Month) AS varchar) + ' ' + CAST(YEAR(Month) AS varchar) AS Month, COUNT(Sales_Order) AS Total_Ord, 
                      COUNT(Passed_Delivery) AS Passed, 100 * (COUNT(Passed_Delivery) / CAST(COUNT(Sales_Order) AS float)) AS Percentage, Month_No, Year_No
FROM         dbo.SC21_Customers
GROUP BY CAST(DATENAME(Month, Month) AS varchar) + ' ' + CAST(YEAR(Month) AS varchar), Month_No, Year_No

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however aswell as keeping all of the previous dates and years etc, i now need it to include 2013 data, can anybody help to ammend it.

John
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by:thombeck
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Hi,

what do you mean with include 2013 data?
Can you please provide a sample, what you are expecting?
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EugeneZ earned 500 total points
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there is no limit in your query

if you have 2013 data in your table - you should be ok -- if it is still problem select RAW data

select * FROM         dbo.SC21_Customers
where Year_No =2013 and post scrubbed (without real info!) data here
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