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SQL help - Remove Null from Group By

Posted on 2014-01-07
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Hello there,

I have this query which is working but when I do Group By it is also gets the null batchno. how can I not get those nukk batch no. see attached file to see what is happening.

cheers
Zolf

this is my query

SELECT
        supplierOrderDetails.productID as productid,
        supplierOrder.id as supplierorderid,
        product.brandname as brandname,
        product.productcode as code,
        supplierOrderDetails.orderQty as orderQty,
        supplierOrderDetails.id as sodID,
        SUM(supplierOrderReceiveDetail.qtyArrived) as qtyArrived  ,
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail.batchNo,
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail.expDate
    FROM
        supplierOrder  
    LEFT OUTER JOIN
        supplierOrderDetails  
            ON      (
                supplierOrderDetails.supplierOrderID = supplierOrder.ID
            )  
    LEFT OUTER JOIN
        product  
            ON  (
                product.id = supplierOrderDetails.productID
            )  
    LEFT OUTER JOIN
        supplierOrderReceive  
            ON         (
                supplierOrderReceive.supplierOrderID = supplierOrder.ID
            )  
    LEFT OUTER JOIN
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail  
            ON         (
                supplierOrderReceiveDetail.supplierOrderReceiveID = supplierOrderReceive.ID
            )           
            AND   (
                supplierOrderReceiveDetail.ProductID =supplierOrderDetails.ProductID
            )       
    WHERE
        supplierOrder.ID = 1      
    GROUP BY
        supplierOrderDetails.productID,
        supplierOrderDetails.orderQty,
        product.brandname,
        product.productcode,
        supplierOrder.id,
        supplierOrderDetails.id,
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail.batchNo,
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail.expDate

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by:Farzad Akbarnejad
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Hi,
add the following where caluse

WHERE
        supplierOrder.ID = 1  and  supplierOrderReceiveDetail.batchNo is not null

-FA
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by:zolf
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by the way can you tell me why I get that BatchNo null even when I don't have any batch no col as null in that table
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Farzad Akbarnejad earned 500 total points
ID: 39764370
because you use outter join verb.

Change

LEFT OUTER JOIN
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail

to

INNER JOIN
        supplierOrderReceiveDetail


See
stackoverflow.com/questions/38549/difference-between-inner-and-outer-join
fro more info.

-FA
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by:zolf
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thanks
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