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Union Query Help - Sum on IDs

Posted on 2016-08-19
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Experts,

I have created a Union query and I need to sum the amounts where the tblDraws_Details1.ID = tblRepayments.DrawIDrpmt
I know that I need to group based on the ID and how to do this in SQL is escaping me.  

I am greatful for you help.  
Please see attached union query and I think you can see what I am trying to do.  You can see it is sorted on ID and I need to Group those IDs and the sum will return.

here is the sql as I have it:
SELECT tblDraws_Details1.ID, Sum(tblDraws_Details1.Amount) AS SumOfAmount,  "" as PaymentMadeDummy
FROM tblDraws_Details1
GROUP BY tblDraws_Details1.ID

UNION ALL SELECT tblRepayment.DrawIDrpmt, Sum(tblRepayment.Amount) AS SumOfAmount, tblRepayment.PaymentMadeYN
FROM tblRepayment
GROUP BY tblRepayment.DrawIDrpmt, tblRepayment.PaymentMadeYN
HAVING (((tblRepayment.PaymentMadeYN)="Yes"));
Summing.accdb
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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 41763424
I think what you need is an additional query to sum the union output:
SELECT 
    UNION.ID, 
    Sum(UNION.SumOfAmount) AS SumAmounts, 
    UNION.PaymentMadeDummy
FROM 
    [UNION]
GROUP BY 
    UNION.ID, 
    UNION.PaymentMadeDummy;

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/gustav
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by:pdvsa
ID: 41763433
Hi Gustav, thanks for the response.  I followed the suggestion as above however the amounts do not appear to be summed for where tblDraws_Details1.ID = tblRepayments.DrawIDrpmt

Do you happen to see what the issue might be?

heres a screen shot:
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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 41763511
I think you need the same as in your other question: a query that use the above query as source, then group by ID and sum SumAmounts.

/gustav
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by:pdvsa
ID: 41763525
queries like that are beyond my skills. I will keep the question open for a bit and maybe i will get lucky.
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Gustav Brock earned 2000 total points
ID: 41763534
If reusing your UNION query (you should name it differently) it's only this:
SELECT 
    [UNION].ID, 
    Sum([UNION].SumOfAmount) AS SumAmounts
FROM 
    [UNION]
GROUP BY 
    [UNION].ID;

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/gustav
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by:pdvsa
ID: 41763546
Perfect.  Thanks for hanging in there.  I need to take a break.
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by:Gustav Brock
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You are welcome!

/gustav
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