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What is the logic or procedure for combining multiple DB query's results into one elegant table?


What is the logic or procedure for combining multiple DB query's results into one elegant table?

By : user2954887
Date : November 22 2020, 10:33 AM
it fixes the issue The terminology I use for that is for preparing the data and getting ready for insertion is "staging" the data. We typically insert/update rows into temporary staging tables.
We massage and tweak the data in the staging tables, assigning foreign keys, fixing malformed data, splitting big multiuse fields into individual fields, and so on, to get the data cleaned up BEFORE the rows are inserted into the actual target tables.
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two php querys, show all results from table 1 and mark were id and user is the same in table 2

two php querys, show all results from table 1 and mark were id and user is the same in table 2


By : Yashwant.verma
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue i have two table, the first is uploaded briefings. , To SELECT elements you can use something similar to
code :
SELECT * FROM second_table_name
LEFT JOIN upload ON upload.id = second_table_name.item
WHERE second_table_name.userid = searched_person_id
SQL Server Stored Procedure Combining 2 table results

SQL Server Stored Procedure Combining 2 table results


By : JimDela
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I have two tables:
code :
Select
CustomerNumber, SUM (WeeklyAmount) as Total from  
Customers.RECORDS GROUP BY CustomerNumber; 
SELECT 
c.*,
sq.Total
FROM
(
SELECT 
CustomerNumber,
SUM(WeeklyAmount) AS Total
FROM 
CustomersTransaction
GROUP BY CustomerNumber
) sq
INNER JOIN Customers c ON c.CustomerNumber = sq.CustomerNumber
How to put results of multiple querys properly in one table

How to put results of multiple querys properly in one table


By : 2448
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue @Duncan is correct about joining tables being the likely best solution, but here's an answer to your question on how to reference multiple queries in one loop.
This assumes that your queries all returned the same number of records.
code :
<center><h2>Kaarten overzicht</h2></center>

<table border="1" id="table">
    <tr>
        <th>Patiente Naam</th>
        <th>Arts</th>
        <th>Huisarts</th>
        <th>Diagnose</th>
    </tr>

    <!--- Alle informatie van patiente in een table zetten. --->
    <cfoutput>
    <cfloop query="VARIABLES.overzicht">
    <tr>
        <td>#Voornaam# #Achternaam#</td>
        <td>
          #VARIABLES.overzichtArtsen.Voornaam[CurrentRow]#
          #VARIABLES.overzichtArtsen.Achternaam[CurrentRow]#
        </td>
        <td>
          #VARIABLES.overzichtHuisartsen.Voornaam[CurrentRow]#
          #VARIABLES.overzichtHuisartsen.Achternaam[CurrentRow]#
        </td>
        <td>
          #VARIABLES.overzichtDiagnose.Type[CurrentRow]#
        </td>
    </tr>
    </cfloop>
    </cfoutput>
</table>
Combining multiple SELECT query results from ONE table

Combining multiple SELECT query results from ONE table


By : qwupb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you UPDATE: Changed to include unmatched "query" addresses in the result, and added QUERY_ID to help identify "query" addresses, which could be just an index in the list supplying the query parameters.
Since it is PostgreSQL, you can use the VALUES clause, e.g.
code :
SELECT q.QUERY_ID
     , c.ADDRESS
     , c.CITY
     , c.LATITUDE
     , c.LONGITUDE
  FROM (VALUES (1, ?, ?)
             , (2, ?, ?) // repeat as many times as needed
             , (3, ?, ?)
       ) AS q (QUERY_ID, ADDRESS, CITY)
  LEFT JOIN coordinates AS c
       ON  c.ADDRESS LIKE q.ADDRESS
       AND c.CITY LIKE q.CITY
Calling a stored procedure returning multiple table results inside another stored procedure

Calling a stored procedure returning multiple table results inside another stored procedure


By : Claudia Pisanu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you You can use INSERT INTO EXEC for one result set.
But that won't work for multiple result sets.
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