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SQL – sum a column with common id, then coalesce total with another column
I know somebody can tell me what I’m doing incorrectly here. This is a postgresql db. I’m trying to first sum the values in a column that share the same ID, and then add that total (coalesce) with …
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I have a ‘main’ table, C1, which has a record identifier, which in turn may be linked to either an account or a customer ID. The relationship / linkage is stored on two separate tables, one with record ID – Account level relationship, and the other with record ID – Customer level relationship. It is possible for C1 records to