I am using MariaDB. I want to have two count results in a query. The first query is: Next is: What I want to get is: How can I combine them? Answer The usual way is to make a Case..When statement that is one or zero for the desired condition and then SUM it, not COUNT it.
My code is as follows: I should explain the SUM(), there are differing dates on schedule such as I want to get all the “count” of “serviceId” beyond today hence the ‘date >= GETDATE()’ Basically I want the table to look like so: I am able to get the values but I get them like so: Whereas I want to
I have made a query that extract the two newest lines per product. Each row shows id, productnumber, pricechangedate, price. Id Prod number Date Price Rank Order 71582 0071807993 2021-10-15 18:06:22 220.79 1 60533 0071807993 2021-10-15 13:22:46 220.79 2 Is it possible to some how concatenate these rows to show: Prod number Newest Date Newest Price Second Newest Date Second
I have a database with three tables: grocery nutrient grocery_nutrient (for many to many) Actually, the database is very big and I am facing the problems by running this query, the SQL browser crashes when I run, if I add LIMIT it works. and this is the query I have written for it. Answer You can simplify your query if
I have table like this:- and want output like this:- Any help?
I have a table that may have the same item but with different sizes, I would like to count those items with more than one size (e.g. marvel shirt with S, M sizes will count as “1”), but still be able …