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how to get count of combination for multiple rows


how to get count of combination for multiple rows

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Hi
My application need at least 2 approval for an request.

I need to generate a report to count which combinations are the most.

example

ApplicationID      DateTime   ApprovalUserID
1         10/10/2012   1
1         10/10/2012   2
1         10/10/2012   3
2         11/10/2012   1
2         11/10/2012   3
3         12/10/2012   2
3         12/10/2012   3
4         13/10/2012   1
4         13/10/2012   2
5         14/10/2012   1
5         14/10/2012   3
6         15/10/2012   1
6         15/10/2012   3
7         16/10/2012   1
7         16/10/2012   2

My report should show
Approval1   Approval2   Approval3   Count
1      2      3      1
1      2            2
1      3            3
2      3            1

I manage to the the result like above but without the COUNT.
I really no idea how to make script work. Please help.
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wailoon.ho (10/22/2012)
Hi
My application need at least 2 approval for an request.

I need to generate a report to count which combinations are the most.

example

ApplicationID      DateTime   ApprovalUserID
1         10/10/2012   1
1         10/10/2012   2
1         10/10/2012   3
2         11/10/2012   1
2         11/10/2012   3
3         12/10/2012   2
3         12/10/2012   3
4         13/10/2012   1
4         13/10/2012   2
5         14/10/2012   1
5         14/10/2012   3
6         15/10/2012   1
6         15/10/2012   3
7         16/10/2012   1
7         16/10/2012   2

My report should show
Approval1   Approval2   Approval3   Count
1      2      3      1
1      2            2
1      3            3
2      3            1

I manage to the the result like above but without the COUNT.
I really no idea how to make script work. Please help.


I am not really sure what you want here. Can you post ddl and sample data along with the desired output. Take a look at the first link in my signature about best practices when posting questions.

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