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filtering results from a recordset

Thread began 8/19/2013 2:43 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 8/20/2013 11:09 am by Christopher West | 801 views | 7 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

filtering results from a recordset

Hi I had a quick look on Google, but thought it be quicker to ask on here and also to help others if anyone else requires this type of filtering....

Currently I have a statistics page on my ecommerce site which shows total costs of revenue..However I need a little direction in filtering other results.... for example I want to sum all the orders to show which month was the most popular month of the year, how much revenue was taken on a given month. popular product and popular category etc..

currently for total revenue for the website I am using the code:

$query="SELECT SUM(OrderAmount) AS `total` from orders";

but i want to expand on this to calculate what I have mentioned above.

Any direction appriciated, even if its a nice google link for me to experiment with :)


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