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Posted on 2014-10-23
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Can I convert a sample from # 1 to #2.

#1
select
sum(QTYSHIPPED) AS QTY_SHIPPED

from

(

select

case when (TRANSNO='OUT' And TRANSID='PROCESS WIP') then TRANSCOUNT
when (TRANSNO='OUT' And TRANSID= 'SEND' And TRANSNUM= 'SENT') then TRANSCOUNT
else 0
end  AS QTYSHIPPED

from my table


# 2

select

sum(case when (TRANSNO='OUT' And TRANSID='PROCESS WIP') then TRANSCOUNT
when (TRANSNO='OUT' And TRANSID= 'SEND' And TRANSNUM= 'SENT') then TRANSCOUNT
else 0
end) AS QTY_SHIPPED

from my table
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Question by:VBdotnet2005
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by:Jim Horn
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Yes.  What's the question?

There's an articled called SQL Server CASE Solutions that is an image and code-rich tutorial of the SQL Server CASE statement.  Scroll down to 'CASE can also be used with aggregates' for aggregate value examples.
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Just curious, can transnum = 'sent' without transid being 'send'?
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