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I am trying to add a grand total of the fields I have totaled - how do I do that

SELECT Job.Jobid, 
                Job.company, 
                Job.wellname, 
                Job.rig, 
                Job.rignumber, 
                Job.onlocationdatetime, 
                Job.offlocationdatetime, 
                sfrentaldays * sfrentalrate + wfrentaldays * wfrentalrate + rigupcharge +  
                rigdowncharge + numberoftools * toolredresscharge +  
                sfinsurancedays * sfinsurancerate + wfinsurancedays * wfinsurancerate +  
                servicemandays * servicemanrate - creditdays * creditrate + othercharges  
                + SFStandByDays * SFStandByRate + WFStandByDays * WFStandByRate  
                AS  
                'Total' , 
SUM(Total) as 'GrandTotal' <---------this is what I tried but it said no "Total" in the field list
                FROM   Job  
                INNER JOIN JobRentalTicket  
                 ON Job.Jobid = JobRentalTicket.Jobid  
                WHERE   Job.Jobcomplete  = 1   
                AND JobRentalTicket.invictussentinvoicetoagent  = 0  
                  AND Job.offlocationdatetime BETWEEN  
                '2012-01-01 00:00:00' AND '2014-12-31 23:59:59'    
                ORDER BY Job.company

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Question by:r3nder
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Vitor Montalvão earned 2000 total points
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You need to write all operation again, since 'Total' it's only an alias for the column name when it returns the result.
Also miss the GROUP BY clause.
SELECT Job.Jobid, 
                Job.company, 
                Job.wellname, 
                Job.rig, 
                Job.rignumber, 
                Job.onlocationdatetime, 
                Job.offlocationdatetime, 
                sfrentaldays * sfrentalrate + wfrentaldays * wfrentalrate + rigupcharge +  
                rigdowncharge + numberoftools * toolredresscharge +  
                sfinsurancedays * sfinsurancerate + wfinsurancedays * wfinsurancerate +  
                servicemandays * servicemanrate - creditdays * creditrate + othercharges  
                + SFStandByDays * SFStandByRate + WFStandByDays * WFStandByRate  
                AS  'Total' , SUM(sfrentaldays * sfrentalrate + wfrentaldays * wfrentalrate + rigupcharge +  
                rigdowncharge + numberoftools * toolredresscharge +  
                sfinsurancedays * sfinsurancerate + wfinsurancedays * wfinsurancerate +  
                servicemandays * servicemanrate - creditdays * creditrate + othercharges  
                + SFStandByDays * SFStandByRate + WFStandByDays * WFStandByRate) as 'GrandTotal' <---------this is what I tried but it said no "Total" in the field list
                FROM   Job  
                INNER JOIN JobRentalTicket  
                 ON Job.Jobid = JobRentalTicket.Jobid  
                WHERE   Job.Jobcomplete  = 1   
                AND JobRentalTicket.invictussentinvoicetoagent  = 0  
                  AND Job.offlocationdatetime BETWEEN  
                '2012-01-01 00:00:00' AND '2014-12-31 23:59:59'    
ORDER BY Job.company
GROUP BY Job.Jobid, 
                Job.company, 
                Job.wellname, 
                Job.rig, 
                Job.rignumber, 
                Job.onlocationdatetime, 
                Job.offlocationdatetime, 
                sfrentaldays * sfrentalrate + wfrentaldays * wfrentalrate + rigupcharge +  
                rigdowncharge + numberoftools * toolredresscharge +  
                sfinsurancedays * sfinsurancerate + wfinsurancedays * wfinsurancerate +  
                servicemandays * servicemanrate - creditdays * creditrate + othercharges  
                + SFStandByDays * SFStandByRate + WFStandByDays * WFStandByRate 

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by:Phillip Burton
ID: 40323362
You can't reference a newly named column in the Select clause - it's not allowed.

You should use a CTE - something like:

with mytable as
(SELECT Job.Jobid,
                Job.company,
                Job.wellname,
                Job.rig,
                Job.rignumber,
                Job.onlocationdatetime,
                Job.offlocationdatetime,
                sfrentaldays * sfrentalrate + wfrentaldays * wfrentalrate + rigupcharge +  
                rigdowncharge + numberoftools * toolredresscharge +  
                sfinsurancedays * sfinsurancerate + wfinsurancedays * wfinsurancerate +  
                servicemandays * servicemanrate - creditdays * creditrate + othercharges  
                + SFStandByDays * SFStandByRate + WFStandByDays * WFStandByRate  
                AS  
                'Total' ,
                FROM   Job  
                INNER JOIN JobRentalTicket  
                 ON Job.Jobid = JobRentalTicket.Jobid  
                WHERE   Job.Jobcomplete  = 1  
                AND JobRentalTicket.invictussentinvoicetoagent  = 0  
                  AND Job.offlocationdatetime BETWEEN  
                '2012-01-01 00:00:00' AND '2014-12-31 23:59:59')
select Jobid, company, wellname, rig, rignumber, onlocationdatetime, offlocationdatetime, total, sum(total) over() as [Grand Total]
from mytable
group by Jobid, company, wellname, rig, rignumber, onlocationdatetime, offlocationdatetime, total
order by company
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by:Phillip Burton
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Also, what about is the offlocationdatetime is 2014-12-31 23:59:59.7 - it won't be picked up.
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by:Cornelia Yoder
ID: 40323379
Once you have fixed all the other problems mentioned here, you can use the

GROUP BY WITH ROLLUP

to get a total of the totals.

http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/group-by-modifiers.html
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by:r3nder
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Thanks Victor
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by:PortletPaul
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AND Job.offlocationdatetime BETWEEN  
                '2012-01-01 00:00:00' AND '2014-12-31 23:59:59'

This really isn't good practice 23:59:59 is NOT the end of the date 2014-12-31

and from MySQL .6.4 does have time precision finer than second

use this instead:
                  AND Job.offlocationdatetime >= '2012-01-01 00:00:00'
                 AND  Job.offlocationdatetime  < '2015-01-01 00:00:00'
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