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SELECT a.adminname, COUNT(b.products) as CountOfProducts FROM table1 a INNER JOIN table2 b ON a.adminid b.adminid GROUP BY a.adminname. sql "SELECT post. , COUNT(comments.postid) AS numcomments FROM post INNER JOIN comments ON post.id comments.postid GROUP BY post.id" stmt con->prepare(sql) stmt->execute() result PostPeer::populateObjects(stmt) return result How can i access Example. SELECT Employees.LastName, COUNT(Orders.OrderID) AS NumberOfOrders FROM (Orders INNER JOIN Employees ON Orders.EmployeeID Employees.EmployeeID) GROUP BY LastName HAVING COUNT(Orders.OrderID) > 10 Inner join. See the data model and Entity Framework data context to understand the setup for the following examples.SELECT authorId, genre, COUNT() AS count FROM books GROUP BY authorId, genre. SELECT A1.StoreName STORE, SUM(A2.
Sales) SALES FROM Geography A1 INNER JOIN StoreInformation A2 ON A1.StoreName A2.StoreName GROUP BY A1.
StoreNameSQL COUNT. SELECT p.id, p.worktitle, p.enddate, p.views, b.allBids FROM postings p INNER JOIN ( SELECT pid, COUNT() AS allBids FROM bids GROUP BY pid )b ON b.pid p.id WHERE p.createdby4 ORDER BY p.enddate ASC LIMIT 0,30. Firstly I think that you dont need to join table jobs in order to get the same result (unless you have some garbage data in table jobsCategories): Select count() as nb, industryID from jobsCategories group by industryID order by nb DESC Otherwise you may try to force index on industryID: Select SQL Server 2008: Count Number of Keys In Multiple Date Ranges.SELECT DISTINCT c.[id], va.[candidateid], va.[vacancyid] FROM user C INNER JOIN VacancyApplication VA ON c.useridSELECT UserID, MAX(ApplicationDate) AS maxDate FROM vacancyapplication GROUP BY UserID WITH Filtered AS (SELECT DISTINCT F1,F3 FROM Test WHERE F2B) SELECT B.f2, COUNT() AS CNT FROM Test B. INNER JOIN Filtered.You can also do this without the join and group by, using windows functions: select t.