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Hello Experts,

I have 2 queries.

1st Query produces:

ID    Status           Qty_BLUE
10    Pending         12
11    Processed      25
12    Completed     14

2nd Query Produces:

ID    Status           Qty_RED
20    Pending          45
21    Processed       31
22    Completed     17

I would like to combine the results from both queries to look like this:

Status           Qty_BLUE    Qty_RED
Pending         12                  45
Processed      25                  31
Completed     14                 17

Your help is GREATLY appreciated!  Thank you!!
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Brian Crowe earned 500 total points
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just join the 2 queries on status

SELECT Red.Status, Red.QtyRed, Blue.QtyBlue
FROM
   (SELECT ...) AS Red
INNER JOIN
   (SELECT ...) AS Blue
ON Red.Status = Blue.Status
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by:giggul
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wow, that was easy.  THANKS !!!!!!!
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