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vijayisonly
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Posted - 02/18/2010 :  14:15:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Np. You're welcome. Please make sure to give as much info as possible so tht you can get quicker solutions.
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Kristen
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Posted - 02/18/2010 :  14:16:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

SELECT	rep_Id, 
	post, Dept, sDate, eDate, 
	NumPeopleGo, NoEvals, 
	CAST((NumPeopleGo * NumPeopleGo) AS Integer)
Square of NumPeopleGo or possible column name error?

		+ COALESCE(SUB_TOTAL, 0) AS NoRequired
FROM
(
	SELECT DISTINCT qry_reports.rep_Id, 
	qry_reports.post, qry_reports.Dept, qry_reports.sDate, qry_reports.eDate, 
	qry_reports.NumPeopleGo AS NumPeopleGo, 
NumPeopleGo is aliased as the same name - possibly related to my point above?

	qry_reports.NoEvals, 
	COALESCE(
	(
		SELECT	SUM(qry_reports_2.NumPeopleGo) 
		FROM	qry_reports AS qry_reports_2
		WHERE	qry_reports_2.rep_Id = qry_reports.rep_Id 
			AND qry_reports_2.Dept <> qry_reports.Dept
		GROUP BY qry_reports_2.rep_Id
	)
	,0) AS SUB_TOTAL, 
	CAST((NumPeopleGo * NumPeopleGo) AS Integer)
Square of NumPeopleGo again (or possible column name error)

		+ COALESCE(SUB_TOTAL, 0) AS NoRequired
	FROM qry_reports 
	LEFT JOIN qry_reports AS qry_reports_1 
		ON qry_reports.rep_Id = qry_reports_1.rep_Id
Left Join to the same table on the same key - its going to just get the same row from the same table, isn't it?

) AS T


Edited by - Kristen on 02/18/2010 14:18:38
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