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Thread began 10/11/2010 2:14 pm by jbarron397794 | Last modified 10/27/2010 11:20 am by jbarron397794 | 1454 views | 12 replies

jbarron397794Beta Tester


I was just wondering, what does the 2 mean at the end of this line?


I noticed that when I run a date range search that I have to enter the ending date as the day after from what I really need. For instance, if I am searching 10/12/2010 - 10/13/2010 in order to capture any of the orders on 10/13 date, I have to put it in as 10/14. Any thoughts as to why that might be?

Also, what if I wanted to also display items for that date range in the line AS quantity_sold even if no items were sold?
Here is my query now:

inventory.itemId AS Item_ID,
inventory.itemName AS Item,
inventory.itemDesc AS Description,
inventory.itemSize AS Size,
inventory.itemColor AS Color,
inventory.partNum AS Part_Number,
inventory.prodLine AS Product_Line,
inventory.itemPrice AS Price,
inventory.itemQty AS Quantity_Available,
(inventory.itemQty*inventory.itemPrice)AS Total_Value_of_Available,
SUM(orderdetails.DetailQuantity)AS Quantity_Sold,
SUM(orderdetails.DetailQuantity*inventory.itemPrice)AS Total_Value_of_Usage
INNER JOIN inventory
ON orderdetails.DetailItemId = inventory.itemId
ON orderdetails.DetailOrderId = orders.OrderId
ORDER BY inventory.itemName ASC

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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