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filtering results from a recordset

Thread began 8/19/2013 11:43 am by Christopher West | Last modified 8/20/2013 8:09 am by Christopher West | 1487 views | 7 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Hey Jason, hmm ok. currently I have used only ONE recordset and with this I have been able to extract seperate calculations from this 1 recordset to include on my page statistics for:

Just to make sure we are both on the same page with my question...heres more details:

Currently...the page works with 1 recordset to display the following:

Total revenue is : £8,921.02
Total gift vouchers redeemed valued at : £90.00
Total coupons used valued at : £0.00
Total Current Orders : 128
Average Shopping basket spend :£69.70

using custom php as follows:


="SELECT SUM(OrderAmount) AS `total` from orders";
="SELECT SUM(OrderAmount) AS `atotal` from orders";
="SELECT SUM(OrderCoupon) AS `ctotal` from orders";
="SELECT SUM(OrderVoucher) AS `vtotal` from orders";

therefore I was hoping I could use the same method to create a query for what I wanted.

for example of the page it will show:

Total order revenue for current month : £1432.54
Total order revenue by month : August (this would be a link)
Total order revenue by tax year : 2013 (this would be a link)
Popular month for transactions : November
Popular day for transactions : Thursday
Popular product : Ball Bracelet
Popular category : Bracelets
Popular country : United Kingdom
Popular delivery method : Recorded Delivery

Couldnt I just use the same method with the PHP i included above to create the calculation into the php tags and then assign a variable to that query?


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