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Is it possible to join multiple SQL sub queries in the add command of Crystal Reporting. I would like to have Query B join Query A as a left outer join using the report_Warranty field. Trying to avoid multiple input boxes

A: SELECT Report_Warranty, SUM(AMOUNT) AS TotalSales, COUNT(CUST_ID) AS CountofSales
FROM  SALES_Table
WHERE DATE BETWEEN {?BeginDate} AND {?EndDate}
GROUP BY Report_Warranty


B: SELECT    SUM(CLAIM_AMOUNT) AS ClaimTotal, COUNT(CUST_ID) AS ClaimCount, Report_Warranty
FROM    CLAIMS
WHERE Date BETWEEN {?BeginDate} AND {?EndDate}
GROUP BY Report_Warranty
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Question by:Dave_CARSIT
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by:vasto
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It is possible but the moment you place fields from each query on the report , crystal engine will apply cross join.

You can use the first query in the main report and the subquery in  a subreport
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by:Dave_CARSIT
ID: 39959713
Can you help with the correct join wording?
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by:mlmcc
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At least in CR2008 you can have more than 1 command for the report.  They can be linked in the linking expert

Try creating the 2 commands then linking them on the Report Warranty field

mlmcc
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by:vasto
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If you want to join then do this inside one command. Having 2 separate commands joined inside Crystal will make the report very slow
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by:Dave_CARSIT
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If you want to join then do this inside one command

That is my preference, if possible.

But I`m not sure of correct way to state (first time using commands). Can someone help with left out join statement.

Thank you
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mlmcc earned 500 total points
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Try this

SELECT ST.Report_Warranty, SUM(ST.AMOUNT) AS TotalSales, COUNT(ST.CUST_ID) AS CountofSales, SUM(CL.CLAIM_AMOUNT) AS ClaimTotal, COUNT(CL.CUST_ID) AS ClaimCount
FROM  SALES_Table ST INNER JOIN CLAIMS CL  ON ST.Report_Warranty = CL.Report_Warranty
WHERE ST.DATE BETWEEN {?BeginDate} AND {?EndDate} AND CL.DATE BETWEEN  {?BeginDate} AND {?EndDate}
GROUP BY Report_Warranty

mlmcc
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by:Dave_CARSIT
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Thank you
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by:mlmcc
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You probably should have given vasto an assist for his last comment about doing it in a single query.

The question can be reopened if you want to allow you to change the point allocation

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