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access query statment

Hello, I needs some help with an access query statment.

This is my query statement
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select TaskID (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#)  as TotalPlannedSchedule, (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#) as TotalComplete,   (select count(*) as CompletedONTime From Tasks where TaskType=0  AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013# AND Completed  <= ScheduleEnd) as CompletedONTime from Tasks ;

It does work correct. As you can see from attached pic1, I am getting the correct numbers, but I'm getting it repeated many many times. I just want it to show one row (as in pic2).

Any suggestions on how to modify the code.
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mbizupCommented:
select TaskID (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#)  as TotalPlannedSchedule, (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#) as TotalComplete,   (select count(*) as CompletedONTime From Tasks where TaskType=0  AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013# AND Completed  <= ScheduleEnd) as CompletedONTime from Tasks
GROUP BY (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#),  (select count(*) as CompletedONTime From Tasks where TaskType=0  AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013# AND Completed  <= ScheduleEnd)

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
in the design view of your query, use Total query
use the Group By in your columns
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MrMayAuthor Commented:
mbizup  that does not work... get error msg
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MrMayAuthor Commented:
capricorn1  I don't and never have used design view..... I prefer query
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mbizupCommented:
I missed a comma.  You might also need to substitute * with TaskID

Try this:

select TaskID, (Select count(TaskID)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#)  as TotalPlannedSchedule, (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#) as TotalComplete,   (select count(TaskID) as CompletedONTime From Tasks where TaskType=0  AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013# AND Completed  <= ScheduleEnd) as CompletedONTime from Tasks
GROUP BY (Select count(TaskID)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#),  (select count(TaskID) as CompletedONTime From Tasks where TaskType=0  AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013# AND Completed  <= ScheduleEnd)

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MrMayAuthor Commented:
mbizup... see attached... I'm getting this error.
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mbizupCommented:
Can you repost your query or better yet, post a sample database with just the needed tables and query?

Your original posting does not look syntactically correct... possibly a problem when copying it into this question.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try this, copy and paste



select distinct (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#) AS TotalPlannedSchedule, (Select count(*)  from  Tasks where TaskType=0 AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013#) AS TotalComplete, (select count(*) as CompletedONTime From Tasks where TaskType=0  AND Status=2 AND ScheduleStart between #10/27/2013# AND #11/02/2013# AND Completed  <= ScheduleEnd) as CompletedONTime
FROM tasks;
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MrMayAuthor Commented:
yes that worked capricorn1... so it looks like i was missing the distinct ... just so i understand this.... Distinct went through all the rows and since they were all the same it dropped everything that repeated?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
that is correct...
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MrMayAuthor Commented:
thank you :-)
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