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Thread began 3/06/2015 10:30 am by MagsW | Last modified 3/06/2015 2:40 pm by MagsW | 730 views | 3 replies


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I have a results page with a Date column where I'm displaying the total records grouped by month, in the following format:

Jan 16 2
Feb 16 4
Mar 16 6
Apr 16 6
May 16 11

My SELECT statement is as follows:

SELECT *, YEAR(StagingDate), MONTH(StagingDate), COUNT(*) as recordCount FROM clients JOIN accountants on clients.AccountantID = accountants.AccountantID WHERE StagingDate IS NOT NULL AND accountants.AccountantID = %s GROUP BY EXTRACT(YEAR_MONTH FROM StagingDate) ORDER BY StagingDate ASC.

I would now like to display a running total in another column, like this:

Jan 16 2 2
Feb 16 4 6
Mar 16 6 12
Apr 16 6 18
May 16 11 29

How would I change my SELECT statement to calculate this, or could it be done in PHP?

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