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Posted on 2013-06-17
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Hello

I have a the following count Query

Select COUNT (*) as 'Closed' from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where HDTicket_IsClosed = '1' And HDTicket_Closed >= Dateadd(WW, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate' 

Select count (*) as 'Opened' from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where  HDTicket_Created >= Dateadd(WW, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate'

Select count (*) as 'Idle' from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where HDTicket_IsClosed = '0' And HDTicket_Modified < Dateadd(ww, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate'
 
Select count (*) as 'Modified' from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where HDTicket_IsClosed = '0' And HDTicket_Modified >= Dateadd(ww, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate'

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Currently this query outputs 4 different tables, I would like to have them displayed in one table like this:
 
Closed, Opened,  Idle, Modified
13,10,15,1

Thanks in advanced.
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Sorry I've misread your question, hang on I'll post code that should do what you are after.
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Give this a try:

SELECT 
(SELECT COUNT (*) from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where HDTicket_IsClosed = '1' And HDTicket_Closed >= Dateadd(WW, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate') as Closed, 

(Select count (*) from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where  HDTicket_Created >= Dateadd(WW, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate') as Opened,

(Select count (*) from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where HDTicket_IsClosed = '0' And HDTicket_Modified < Dateadd(ww, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate') as Idle,

(Select count (*) from [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDTicket] Join [macom].[dbo].[dt_HDStatus] on HDTicket_HDStatus_id=HDStatus_ID 
where HDTicket_IsClosed = '0' And HDTicket_Modified >= Dateadd(ww, -1, getdate()) and HDStatus_HDProject_id = '7' and HDStatus_Name <> 'Duplicate') as Modified

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by:macomsupport
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Perfect. Thanks!
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