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I have a table which has 2 columns i.e. userid and points. I'm attemtping to get the number of userid in ranges of points i.e. 0 to 1, 2 to 50 etc.

The following query ....

select
case
when sum(jp.points) between 0 and 1 then '0-1'
when sum(jp.points) between 1 and 2 then '1-2'
when sum(jp.points) between 2 and 50 then '2-50'
when sum(jp.points) between 51 and 100 then '51-100'
when sum(jp.points) between 101 and 300 then '101-300'
when sum(jp.points) between 301 and 1000 then '301-1000'
when sum(jp.points) between 1001 and 1500 then '1001-1500'
when sum(jp.points) between 1501 and 2000 then '1501-2000'
when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '2001-3000'
when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '3001-4000'
when sum(jp.points) between 4001 and 5000 then '4001-5000'
when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '5001-6000'
when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '6001-7000'
when sum(jp.points) between 4001 and 5000 then '7001-8000'
when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '8001-9000'
when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '9001-10000'
when sum(jp.points) > 10000 then '10000-above'
end as point_range, count(jp.userid) as countofusers
from StatusLevelPnt jp
inner join user ju on jp.userid = ju.userid
group by jp.userid


Returns the following result...

Range   userid 
2-50 3
2-50 4
2-50 1


What i'm looking for is the count of userids who have points in range 2 to 50 etc. .....


Range   userid 
2-50 7

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You are grouping by userid, so of course you get one row per userid....

Try this:

select
x.point_range
, count(jp.userid) as countofusers
from StatusLevelPnt jp
inner join user ju on jp.userid = ju.userid
cross apply
(
SELECT
case
when sum(jp.points) between 0 and 1 then '0-1'
when sum(jp.points) between 1 and 2 then '1-2'
when sum(jp.points) between 2 and 50 then '2-50'
when sum(jp.points) between 51 and 100 then '51-100'
when sum(jp.points) between 101 and 300 then '101-300'
when sum(jp.points) between 301 and 1000 then '301-1000'
when sum(jp.points) between 1001 and 1500 then '1001-1500'
when sum(jp.points) between 1501 and 2000 then '1501-2000'
when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '2001-3000'
when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '3001-4000'
when sum(jp.points) between 4001 and 5000 then '4001-5000'
when sum(jp.points) between 5001 and 6000 then '5001-6000'
when sum(jp.points) between 6001 and 7000 then '6001-7000'
when sum(jp.points) between 7001 and 8000 then '7001-8000'
when sum(jp.points) between 8001 and 9000 then '8001-9000'
when sum(jp.points) between 9001 and 10000 then '9001-10000'
when sum(jp.points) > 10000 then '10000-above'
end as point_range
) x
group by x.point_range

Note: I used a cross apply just to avoid repeating the huge CASE statement in the "group by"


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    Posted Friday, May 24, 2013 5:29 PM
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    mister.magoo (5/24/2013)
    You are grouping by userid, so of course you get one row per userid....

    Try this:

    select
    x.point_range
    , count(jp.userid) as countofusers
    from StatusLevelPnt jp
    inner join user ju on jp.userid = ju.userid
    cross apply
    (
    SELECT
    case
    when sum(jp.points) between 0 and 1 then '0-1'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1 and 2 then '1-2'
    when sum(jp.points) between 2 and 50 then '2-50'
    when sum(jp.points) between 51 and 100 then '51-100'
    when sum(jp.points) between 101 and 300 then '101-300'
    when sum(jp.points) between 301 and 1000 then '301-1000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1001 and 1500 then '1001-1500'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1501 and 2000 then '1501-2000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '2001-3000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '3001-4000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 4001 and 5000 then '4001-5000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 5001 and 6000 then '5001-6000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 6001 and 7000 then '6001-7000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 7001 and 8000 then '7001-8000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 8001 and 9000 then '8001-9000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 9001 and 10000 then '9001-10000'
    when sum(jp.points) > 10000 then '10000-above'
    end as point_range
    ) x
    group by x.point_range

    Note: I used a cross apply just to avoid repeating the huge CASE statement in the "group by"


    I get this error when I run your query...

    Msg 1015, Level 15, State 1, Line 1
    An aggregate cannot appear in an ON clause unless it is in a subquery contained in a HAVING clause or select list, and the column being aggregated is an outer reference.
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    Sorry, that's the problem with not having sample data to test with...

    you probable want something more like this:


    select point_range,count(*)
    from (
    select
    jp.userid
    , case
    when sum(jp.points) between 0 and 1 then '0-1'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1 and 2 then '1-2'
    when sum(jp.points) between 2 and 50 then '2-50'
    when sum(jp.points) between 51 and 100 then '51-100'
    when sum(jp.points) between 101 and 300 then '101-300'
    when sum(jp.points) between 301 and 1000 then '301-1000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1001 and 1500 then '1001-1500'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1501 and 2000 then '1501-2000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '2001-3000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '3001-4000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 4001 and 5000 then '4001-5000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 5001 and 6000 then '5001-6000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 6001 and 7000 then '6001-7000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 7001 and 8000 then '7001-8000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 8001 and 9000 then '8001-9000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 9001 and 10000 then '9001-10000'
    when sum(jp.points) > 10000 then '10000-above'
    end as point_range
    from StatusLevelPnt jp
    inner join user ju on jp.userid = ju.userid
    group by jp.userid
    ) as grouped
    group by point_range



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    Posted Friday, May 24, 2013 5:48 PM
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    Evil Kraig F (5/24/2013)
    Without sample schema and data we're trying to offer you ideas, not perfect error free code.

    If you would like us to be able to provide solutions that are (nearly) guaranteed to work, help us volunteers help you. You'll find what we prefer when we try to give code assistance in the first link in my signature. It includes a #schema for your table, some sample test data, and expected results from the sample data. Otherwise it'll simply be best effort.


    Thanks.

    Table schema

    CREATE TABLE [dbo].[StatusLevelPnt](
    [pointID] [bigint] NOT NULL,
    [userID] [bigint] NOT NULL,
    [points] [bigint] NOT NULL,
    )



    Sampe data (StatusLevelPnt table)
    SELECT'1000','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1001','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1002','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1003','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1004','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1005','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1006','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1007','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1008','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1009','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1010','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1011','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1012','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1013','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1014','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1015','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1016','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1017','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1018','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1019','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1020','2003','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1021','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1022','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1023','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1024','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1025','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1026','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1027','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1028','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1029','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1030','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1031','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1032','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1033','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1034','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1035','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1036','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1037','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1038','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1039','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1040','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1041','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1042','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1043','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1044','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1045','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1046','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1047','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1048','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1049','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1050','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1051','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1052','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1053','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1054','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1055','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1056','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1057','1','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1058','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1059','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1060','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1061','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1062','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1063','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1064','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1065','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1066','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1067','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1068','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1069','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1070','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1071','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1072','2003','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1073','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1074','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1075','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1077','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1078','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1079','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1080','2009','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1081','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1082','2002','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1083','2002','15', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1084','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1085','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1086','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1087','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1088','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1089','2008','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1090','2008','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1091','2008','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1092','2008','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1093','2017','15', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1095','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1096','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1097','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1098','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1099','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1100','2005','10', UNION ALL
    SELECT'1101','2005','10', UNION ALL


    What I'm expecting is



    Rangeof points Numberofuserids
    0-1 40
    2-50 20


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    Posted Friday, May 24, 2013 5:56 PM
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    mister.magoo (5/24/2013)
    Sorry, that's the problem with not having sample data to test with...

    you probable want something more like this:


    select point_range,count(*)
    from (
    select
    jp.userid
    , case
    when sum(jp.points) between 0 and 1 then '0-1'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1 and 2 then '1-2'
    when sum(jp.points) between 2 and 50 then '2-50'
    when sum(jp.points) between 51 and 100 then '51-100'
    when sum(jp.points) between 101 and 300 then '101-300'
    when sum(jp.points) between 301 and 1000 then '301-1000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1001 and 1500 then '1001-1500'
    when sum(jp.points) between 1501 and 2000 then '1501-2000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 2001 and 3000 then '2001-3000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 3001 and 4000 then '3001-4000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 4001 and 5000 then '4001-5000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 5001 and 6000 then '5001-6000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 6001 and 7000 then '6001-7000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 7001 and 8000 then '7001-8000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 8001 and 9000 then '8001-9000'
    when sum(jp.points) between 9001 and 10000 then '9001-10000'
    when sum(jp.points) > 10000 then '10000-above'
    end as point_range
    from StatusLevelPnt jp
    inner join user ju on jp.userid = ju.userid
    group by jp.userid
    ) as grouped
    group by point_range



    mister.magoo, spot on. Just what I was looking for.

    Thanks!
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