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I have a query Like this

SELECT a.code ,a.group ,a.Desc , Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),a.amount)) 'BYDESC' FROM table1 as a WHERE a.Bol = 'Y' GROUP BY a.code,a.group,a.Desc ORDER BY a.code Asc ,a.group asc ,a.Desc asc

and it gives me a table like this

CODE GROUP DESC BYDESC -------------------------------- G001 00001 D001 15.0 G001 00001 D002 3.0 G001 00001 D003 354.0 G001 00002 D001 27.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . --------------------------------

I would like to sum each group and display like this

CODE GROUP DESC BYDESC Sum(BYGROUP) --------------------------------------------- G001 00001 D001 15.0 372.0 G001 00001 D002 3.0 372.0 G001 00001 D003 354.0 372.0 G001 00002 D001 27.0 27.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ----------------------------------------------

You can use a common table expression to achieve this. Try this.

;with sumTable AS ( SELECT a.code ,a.group ,Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),a.amount)) SUMBYGROUP FROM table1 as a WHERE a.Bol = 'Y' GROUP BY a.code,a.group ) SELECT a.code ,a.group ,a.Desc ,Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),a.amount)) 'BYDESC', sumTable.SUMBYGROUP as 'Sum(BYGROUP)' FROM table1 as a JOIN sumTable ON ( sumTable.code = a.code And sumTable.group = a.group ) WHERE a.Bol = 'Y' GROUP BY a.code,a.group,a.Desc, sumTable.SUMBYGROUP ORDER BY a.code asc ,a.group asc ,a.Desc asc

**SQL: SUM Function,** The SUM() function returns the total sum of a numeric column. COUNT() Syntax. SELECT COUNT(column_name) FROM table_name. WHERE condition; You sum data by adding the Sum function to your query, you count data by using the Count function, and so on. In addition, Access provides several ways to add Sum and other aggregate functions to a query. You can: Open your query in Datasheet view and add a Total row.

;with GroupedTable AS ( SELECT a.[COL1] ,a.[COL2] ,a.[COL3] ,Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),a.[COL4])) 'BYDESC' FROM MyTable as a GROUP BY a.[COL1],a.[COL2],a.[COL3] ) SELECT a.[COL1] ,a.[COL2] , a.[COL3] ,Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),a.[COL4])) 'BYDESC', mt.SUM FROM MyTable as a INNER JOIN ( SELECT gt.[COL1] ,gt.[COL2] ,Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),gt.[BYDESC])) AS 'SUM' FROM GroupedTable as gt GROUP BY gt.[COL1] ,gt.[COL2] ) mt ON mt.[COL1] = a.[COL1] AND mt.[COL2] = a.[COL2] GROUP BY a.[COL1],a.[COL2],a.[COL3], mt.SUM ORDER BY a.[COL1],a.[COL2],a.[COL3], mt.SUM

**How to Sum Values in Access using SQL,** You can use the Sum function in a query expression. You can also use this expression in the SQL property of a QueryDef object or when creating a Recordset I would like to perform a sum on the applicable future columns to see if it has any values in it other than zero. If not zero then I do some movement calculations else I take the zero I have tried using a List.Sum on the applciable columns (List.Sum([ActualDecSum]) as part of the If statement, but that really slows down the query as it looks to

u can use windows function to acheive this.

with cte as (SELECT a.code, a.group, a.Desc, Sum(CONVERT(decimal(10,2),a.amount)) 'BYDESC' FROM table1 as a WHERE a.Bol = 'Y' GROUP BY a.code,a.group,a.Desc ) select *, sum(bydesc) over (partition by [group] order by [desc] ROWS BETWEEN UNBOUNDED PRECEDING AND UNBOUNDED FOLLOWING) from cte ORDER BY code Asc ,[group] asc , [Desc] asc

**SQL COUNT(), AVG() and SUM() Functions,** This tutorial shows you how to use SQL Server SUM() function to calculate the sum of values. The SQL COUNT(), AVG() and SUM() Functions. The COUNT() function returns the number of rows that matches a specified criteria. The AVG() function returns the average value of a numeric column. The SUM() function returns the total sum of a numeric column. SELECT COUNT(column_name) FROM table_name.

**Sum Function - Access,** This SQL tutorial explains how to use the SQL SUM function with syntax and examples. The SQL SUM function is used to return the sum of an expression in a We have seen how the sum function is used to get the total value of a column in a mysql table. Now we will learn how to get the query for sum in multiple columns and for each record of a table. For a better understanding we will change our student table a bit by adding marks in different subjects for each record. Now the table will be like this.

**SQL Server SUM() Function By Practical Examples,** It is typically used in conjunction with aggregate functions such as SUM or Count to This query is the same as one from the previous section with the addition of the To keep it straight in my head I like to think of the WHERE clause doing its Power Query does not reset the query results in both the worksheet and the Data Model when modifying either one of the two load settings. Load a query into the Excel Data Model To load a query to the Excel Data Model, in the Load To popup window, check the Add the data to the Data Model box.

**How to Group and Summarize your Results (simple explanation ,** =QUERY($A$11:$B$61,"select A, sum(B) group by A order by sum(B) desc label sum(B) 'Total Positions'",1). which gives an output like this:. SQL for Data Analysis – Tutorial for Beginners – ep3 Written by Tomi Mester on June 27, 2017 Today I’ll show you the most essential SQL functions that you will use for finding the maximums or the minimums ( MAX , MIN ) in a data set and to calculate aggregates ( SUM , AVG , COUNT ).

##### Comments

- Thank you for your answer. After I tried this , I get this following error - > Column 'sumTable.SUMBYGROUP' is invalid in the select list because it is not contained in either an aggregate function or the GROUP BY clause.
- @Izle I've edited my answer, you can give it a try now.
- Thank you for your answer
- Thank you for your answer, I've tested your solution but it seems like the result of last two column is a little bit weird :(
- hey izle, can you be a little more clear about the issue faced.
- Well, First I face this following error "The ORDER BY clause is invalid in views" , So I moved the order by and put it in the last line of my query and the result shown me that the sum of "sum(bydesc) over (partition by CallGroup order by CallDesc)" isn't correct
- sorry missed out the range condition. please check the updated query.