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From: "Shaun Watts" <SWatts(at)computer-systems(dot)com>
To: <pgsql-sql(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: selecting problems
Date: 2003-10-31 19:19:49
Message-ID: 6A1C87CA83BA8C419B1262B3728B12D102D435@csiserv1.computer-systems.com (view raw or flat)
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What I am trying to do is select all the rows out of the categories
table (see below) and select the sum of j_amount out of the judgment
table.  Right now it is only returning the categories that are in the
judgment table.  I want it to return those fields with the amounts out
of the judgment table, but also the all the other categories from the
categories table with 0 as there amount.  Does anyone have a
suggestion.

select ca_code,ca_desc,sum(j_amount) as sum_amt,ca_dis_cycle
from categories LEFT OUTER JOIN judgment ON
(j_category=ca_code)
where j_case_no='45698'
and j_party_no=1
group by ca_code,ca_desc,ca_dis_cycle

Thanks,
Shaun
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