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Add Total to the query

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Fi,

I have a table with the Group name and Total Count by group . I need to add a 'Total' and summation of all counts at the end .

CREATE TABLE #TempTable
(GroupName VARCHAR(10),NumberOfCases INT )


INSERT INTO #Temp Table (GroupName,NumberOfCases)
VALUES ('Grp A',10)
INSERT INTO #Temp Table (GroupName,NumberOfCases)
VALUES ('Grp B',20)

SELECT * from #TempTable

I want the result to be like the below :

Grp A 10
Grp B 20
Total 30

Thanks,
PSB
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Not sure if I'm over-simplifying your problem but how about the below?!

INSERT INTO #TempTable (GroupName, NumberOfCases)
SELECT 'Total', SUM(NumberOfCases)
FROM #TempTable



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If the solution from Abu Dina is oversimplified, below is a more practical solution.
SELECT GroupName, SUM(NumberOfCases) as NumberOfCases
FROM #TempTable
GROUP BY GroupName

UNION ALL

SELECT 'Grand Total' as GroupName, SUM(NumberOfCases)
FROM #TempTable



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PSB (12/18/2013)
Fi,

I have a table with the Group name and Total Count by group . I need to add a 'Total' and summation of all counts at the end .

CREATE TABLE #TempTable
(GroupName VARCHAR(10),NumberOfCases INT )


INSERT INTO #Temp Table (GroupName,NumberOfCases)
VALUES ('Grp A',10)
INSERT INTO #Temp Table (GroupName,NumberOfCases)
VALUES ('Grp B',20)

SELECT * from #TempTable

I want the result to be like the below :

Grp A 10
Grp B 20
Total 30

Thanks,
PSB



Hope following will give you the better solution...



with cte as (
select groupname ,SUM(numberofcases)numberofcases from #TempTable group by groupname with rollup
)

select isnull (GROUPname , 'Total' )GROUPname ,numberofcases from cte


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SELECT COALESCE(GroupName,'Total') AS [GroupName],SUM(NumberOfCases) AS [NumberOfCases]
FROM #TempTable
GROUP BY GroupName WITH ROLLUP
ORDER BY GROUPING(GroupName) ASC




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You can also use the sub-clause GROUPING SETS to specifiy the groups. Use function GROUPING to sort the data as desired (Total at the end).


USE tempdb;
GO
SELECT
GroupName, NumberOfCases
INTO #Temp
FROM
(
VALUES
('Grp A',10),
('Grp B',20)
) AS T(GroupName,NumberOfCases);

SELECT
CASE WHEN GROUPING(GroupName) = 1 THEN 'Total' ELSE GroupName END as GroupName,
SUM(NumberOfCases) AS sum_NumberOfCases
FROM
#Temp
GROUP BY
GROUPING SETS (
(GroupName),
()
)
ORDER BY
GROUPING(GroupName),
GroupName;

DROP TABLE #Temp;





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