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I am having an issue with this simple query. I get the error

"Subquery returned more than 1 value. This is not permitted when the subquery follows =, !=, <, <=, >, >= or when the subquery is used as an expression."

    SELECT TOP 100 PERCENT 
         dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
        ,( SELECT ISNULL(SUM(dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.QtyReceived), 0)
             FROM dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived 
             JOIN dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems 
               ON dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.POLIID = dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.POLIID 
             JOIN dbo.Inventory 
               ON dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID 
             JOIN dbo.Duties Duties_1 ON dbo.Inventory.DutyClass = Duties_1.DutyID
            WHERE (Duties_1.DutyClass = 252) 
              AND (dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.Deleted = 0)
              AND (dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.ReceivedDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102))
         GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
        ) AS Purchased
       ,ISNULL(SUM(dbo.OrderItems.QtyShipped), 0) AS Ordered
       ,ISNULL(SUM(DISTINCT dbo.MRP.QtyOnHand), 0) AS QOH
  FROM dbo.Orders 
  JOIN dbo.OrderItems
  JOIN dbo.Inventory 
    ON dbo.OrderItems.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID 
    ON dbo.Orders.OrderID = dbo.OrderItems.OrderID
  JOIN dbo.MRP ON dbo.Inventory.InvMasID = dbo.MRP.InvMasID
  JOIN dbo.Duties ON dbo.Inventory.DutyClass = dbo.Duties.DutyID

 WHERE (dbo.Orders.ShipDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102)) 
   AND (dbo.Duties.DutyClass = 252)
 GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO

I have tried working through this problem and know that there is a simple solution I am missing. The subquery, on its own, retrieves the information I am looking for, as does the main query, when separated. Thanks for any help!

put this condition AND dbo.Orders.PARTNO = dbo.Inventory.PARTNO and Top 1

SELECT TOP 100 PERCENT 
         dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
        ,( SELECT Top 1 ISNULL(SUM(dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.QtyReceived), 0)
             FROM dbo.PurchaseOr,derReceived 
             JOIN dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems 
               ON dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.POLIID = dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.POLIID 
             JOIN dbo.Inventory 
               ON dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID 
             JOIN dbo.Duties Duties_1 ON dbo.Inventory.DutyClass = Duties_1.DutyID
            WHERE (Duties_1.DutyClass = 252) 
              AND (dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.Deleted = 0)
              AND (dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.ReceivedDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102)) 
AND dbo.Orders.PARTNO = dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
         GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
        ) AS Purchased
       ,ISNULL(SUM(dbo.OrderItems.QtyShipped), 0) AS Ordered
       ,ISNULL(SUM(DISTINCT dbo.MRP.QtyOnHand), 0) AS QOH
  FROM dbo.Orders 
  JOIN dbo.OrderItems
  JOIN dbo.Inventory 
    ON dbo.OrderItems.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID 
    ON dbo.Orders.OrderID = dbo.OrderItems.OrderID
  JOIN dbo.MRP ON dbo.Inventory.InvMasID = dbo.MRP.InvMasID
  JOIN dbo.Duties ON dbo.Inventory.DutyClass = dbo.Duties.DutyID

 WHERE (dbo.Orders.ShipDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102)) 
   AND (dbo.Duties.DutyClass = 252)
 GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO

Group by in subquery and base query sql server, No, you will not be able to do that as the SUB QUERY in the SELECT list will then return more that 1 Value. You need to do it in a SUB Query in the FROM clause. ;WITH myInitialdata_cte(ProductID,Quantity) AS ( SELECT ProductID, Quantity FROM BasketItems UNION ALL SELECT ProductID, Quantity FROM OrderItems ) SELECT b.ID FROM myInitialdata_cte a INNER JOIN Products b ON a.ProductID = b.ID GROUP BY ProductID ORDER BY SUM(a.Quantity) DESC

I can only see this sub query in your query above

SELECT ISNULL(SUM(dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.QtyReceived),0)
    FROM dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived
      INNER JOIN dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems ON dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.POLIID = dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.POLIID
      INNER JOIN dbo.Inventory ON dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID
      INNER JOIN dbo.Duties Duties_1 ON dbo.Inventory.DutyClass = Duties_1.DutyID
    WHERE (Duties_1.DutyClass = 252)
    AND   (dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems.Deleted = 0)
    AND   (dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.ReceivedDate > CONVERT(DATETIME,'2018-08-22 00:00:00',102))
    GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO

Grouped by PARTNO this is supposed to return multiple values. Make sure that there are not more than one part No that satisfies the condition on your where and inner join conditions

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The sub query needs to return one value, while in yours it returned multiple values, that's because the inner group by PARTNO. Either you remove that group by, or use TOP 1, or just contain the sub query with SUM,MAX,MIN to solve it.

Another thing, since your sub-query is also using the same and relative sources, you can join them instead (which will be better).

Something like this :

SELECT TOP 100 PERCENT 
    dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
,   ISNULL(SUM(dbo.por.QtyReceived), 0) AS Purchased
,   ISNULL(SUM(dbo.OrderItems.QtyShipped), 0) AS Ordered
,   ISNULL(SUM(DISTINCT dbo.MRP.QtyOnHand), 0) AS QOH
FROM dbo.Orders 
JOIN dbo.OrderItems ON dbo.Orders.OrderID = dbo.OrderItems.OrderID
JOIN dbo.Inventory ON dbo.OrderItems.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID 
JOIN dbo.MRP ON dbo.Inventory.InvMasID = dbo.MRP.InvMasID
JOIN dbo.Duties ON dbo.Inventory.DutyClass = dbo.Duties.DutyID
LEFT JOIN dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems poli ON poli.InvMasID = dbo.Inventory.InvMasID AND poli.Deleted = 0
LEFT JOIN dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived por ON por.POLIID = poli.POLIID AND (dbo.por.ReceivedDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102))
WHERE 
    dbo.Orders.ShipDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102)
AND (dbo.Duties.DutyClass = 252)
GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO

I can't verify the results since you didn't provide any samples, but I think it'll be good enough to show that approach.

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The simple solution seems to be aliasing the inventory table in either the subquery or in the main SELECT statement and filter the records in the subquery by PARTNO from the main query. I think that aliasing is anyway a good idea:

SELECT TOP 100 PERCENT
    i.PARTNO
  , ( SELECT ISNULL(SUM(por.QtyReceived), 0)
      FROM dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived por
        JOIN dbo.PurchaseOrderlineItems poli ON por.POLIID = poli.POLIID
          JOIN dbo.Inventory i1 ON poli.InvMasID = i1.InvMasID
            JOIN dbo.Duties d1 ON i1.DutyClass = d1.DutyID
        WHERE (d1.DutyClass = 252)
          AND (i1.PARTNO = i.PARTNO)
          AND (poli.Deleted = 0)
          AND (por.ReceivedDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102))
      ) AS Purchased
  , ISNULL(SUM(oi.QtyShipped), 0) AS Ordered
  , ISNULL(SUM(DISTINCT m.QtyOnHand), 0) AS QOH
FROM dbo.Orders o
  JOIN dbo.OrderItems oi ON o.OrderID = oi.OrderID
    JOIN dbo.Inventory i ON oi.InvMasID = i.InvMasID 
      JOIN dbo.MRP m ON i.InvMasID = m.InvMasID
      JOIN dbo.Duties d ON i.DutyClass = d.DutyID
WHERE (o.ShipDate > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2018-08-22 00:00:00', 102)) 
  AND (d.DutyClass = 252)
GROUP BY i.PARTNO

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Comments
  • Format your code properly. Then maybe someone will help you.
  • Also do tell what you are trying to do. Posting broken query without any more information will not help us help you.
  • remove first GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO
  • Initially I did not have the first GROUP BY dbo.Inventory.PARTNO, the query returned a total QtyReceived but it was not the total by PARTNO, just the over all total for all PARTNO that met the WHERE clause requirements. I tried adding the first GROUP BY in order to show the QtyReceived by PARTNO, like the QtyShipped and QtyOnHand
  • If they are looking for the aggregate ISNULL(SUM(dbo.PurchaseOrderReceived.QtyReceived),0) then why is a group needed? Unless they want multiple SUMs for different partno but then I would assume they would want the partno in the set of returned columns. And if that's the case then a join may be a better option.