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COUNT(*) Function

Thread began 9/03/2015 5:19 am by salaroche | Last modified 10/05/2015 2:31 pm by salaroche | 973 views | 21 replies



I appreciate the solutions presented by Nathon, however, I would still have the problem of how to display the results from two different recordsets in one single results page.

The operation I’m trying to implement involves the following: 1) SELECT records that have a set of characteristics “A” and perform an operation with them and 2) SELECT records that have a set of characteristics “B” and perform a DIFFERENT operation with them. NOTE: the latter operation ("B") involves the results of a COUNT() function. Finally, display BOTH sets of records in ONE single display table using a REPEATED REGION.

Maybe the way out would be to use an IF statement, which in sql/php language seems to be the equivalent of CASE. But even in this case I would still need to use the COUNT() function with a WHERE clause.

Any suggestions on this?

Thank you for your attention.

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