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How to get total of months, like Year to Day in cross tab query?


How to get total of months, like Year to Day in cross tab query?

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I used code below to create cross tab query. It works fine.
How to add code to get total of months, like Year to Day?

SELECT *
FROM (
SELECT
year(invoiceDate) as [year],left(datename(month,invoicedate),3)as [month],
InvoiceAmount as Amount
FROM Invoice
) as s
PIVOT
(
SUM(Amount)
FOR [month] IN (jan, feb, mar, apr,
may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec)
)AS pivot
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Any chance you could provide us with some sample data so we can test the query that you've written?

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I found the code here but no test data only screen shot.

http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/500811/Simple-Way-To-Use-Pivot-In-SQL-Query
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This is quick and dirty, but since the number of months in a year isn't going to change any time soon you can do this:


;With Invoice AS
(
SELECT '20130101' [InvoiceDate], 100 [InvoiceAmount] UNION ALL
SELECT '20120102', 101 UNION ALL
SELECT '20120202', 140 UNION ALL
SELECT '20120302', 130 UNION ALL
SELECT '20120402', 120 UNION ALL
SELECT '20120502', 110 UNION ALL
SELECT '20130102', 101 UNION ALL
SELECT '20130202', 140 UNION ALL
SELECT '20130302', 130 UNION ALL
SELECT '20130402', 120 UNION ALL
SELECT '20130502', 110 UNION ALL
SELECT '20130502', 111
)


SELECT *, ISNULL(jan,0) +
ISNULL(feb,0) +
ISNULL(mar,0) +
ISNULL(apr,0) +
ISNULL(may,0) +
ISNULL(jun,0) +
ISNULL(jul,0) +
ISNULL(aug,0) +
ISNULL(sep,0) +
ISNULL(oct,0) +
ISNULL(nov,0) +
ISNULL(dec,0) [YearToDate]
FROM (
SELECT
year(CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)) as [year],left(datename(month,CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)),3)as [month],
InvoiceAmount as Amount
FROM Invoice
) as s
PIVOT
(
SUM(Amount)
FOR [month] IN (jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec)
)AS [pivot]



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It is working great.
One more question, I want to insert the result into a temp table but code below did not work.
Something wrong with my code?

select * into #myinvoice from ( //your code below

SELECT *, ISNULL(jan,0) +
ISNULL(feb,0) +
ISNULL(mar,0) +
ISNULL(apr,0) +
ISNULL(may,0) +
ISNULL(jun,0) +
ISNULL(jul,0) +
ISNULL(aug,0) +
ISNULL(sep,0) +
ISNULL(oct,0) +
ISNULL(nov,0) +
ISNULL(dec,0) [YearToDate]
FROM (
SELECT
year(CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)) as [year],left(datename(month,CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)),3)as [month],
InvoiceAmount as Amount
FROM Invoice
) as s
PIVOT
(
SUM(Amount)
FOR [month] IN (jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec)
)AS [pivot]

)
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adonetok (7/2/2013)
It is working great.
One more question, I want to insert the result into a temp table but code below did not work.
Something wrong with my code?

select * into #myinvoice from ( //your code below

SELECT *, ISNULL(jan,0) +
ISNULL(feb,0) +
ISNULL(mar,0) +
ISNULL(apr,0) +
ISNULL(may,0) +
ISNULL(jun,0) +
ISNULL(jul,0) +
ISNULL(aug,0) +
ISNULL(sep,0) +
ISNULL(oct,0) +
ISNULL(nov,0) +
ISNULL(dec,0) [YearToDate]
FROM (
SELECT
year(CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)) as [year],left(datename(month,CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)),3)as [month],
InvoiceAmount as Amount
FROM Invoice
) as s
PIVOT
(
SUM(Amount)
FOR [month] IN (jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec)
)AS [pivot]

)


You need to give you table an alias OR just do this as an insert.


select * into #myinvoice from ( //your code below

SELECT *, ISNULL(jan,0) +
ISNULL(feb,0) +
ISNULL(mar,0) +
ISNULL(apr,0) +
ISNULL(may,0) +
ISNULL(jun,0) +
ISNULL(jul,0) +
ISNULL(aug,0) +
ISNULL(sep,0) +
ISNULL(oct,0) +
ISNULL(nov,0) +
ISNULL(dec,0) [YearToDate]
FROM (
SELECT
year(CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)) as [year],left(datename(month,CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)),3)as [month],
InvoiceAmount as Amount
FROM Invoice
) as s
PIVOT
(
SUM(Amount)
FOR [month] IN (jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec)
)AS [pivot]

) as MYALIAS



Or the simpler version....


INSERT into #myinvoice

SELECT *, ISNULL(jan,0) +
ISNULL(feb,0) +
ISNULL(mar,0) +
ISNULL(apr,0) +
ISNULL(may,0) +
ISNULL(jun,0) +
ISNULL(jul,0) +
ISNULL(aug,0) +
ISNULL(sep,0) +
ISNULL(oct,0) +
ISNULL(nov,0) +
ISNULL(dec,0) [YearToDate]
FROM (
SELECT
year(CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)) as [year],left(datename(month,CONVERT(DATE,InvoiceDate)),3)as [month],
InvoiceAmount as Amount
FROM Invoice
) as s
PIVOT
(
SUM(Amount)
FOR [month] IN (jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec)
)AS [pivot]



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Thank you very much. Now all is working.
The key is "You need to give you table an alias"
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