user2441297 user2441297 - 7 months ago 16
SQL Question

Aggregate query with subquery (SUM)

I have the following query:

SELECT UserId, (
0.099 *
(
CASE WHEN
(SELECT AcceleratedProfitPercentage FROM CustomGroups cg
INNER JOIN UserCustomGroups ucg ON ucg.CustomGroupId = cg.Id
WHERE Packs.UserCustomGroupId = ucg.Id)
IS NOT NULL THEN
((SELECT AcceleratedProfitPercentage FROM CustomGroups cg
INNER JOIN UserCustomGroups ucg ON ucg.CustomGroupId = cg.Id
WHERE Packs.UserCustomGroupId = ucg.Id)*1.0) / (100*1.0)
ELSE 1
END
)
)
As amount
FROM Packs WHERE Id IN (
SELECT ap.Id FROM Packs ap JOIN Users u ON ap.UserId = u.UserId
WHERE ap.MoneyToReturn > ap.MoneyReturned AND
u.Mass LIKE '1%');


which is producing correct output. However I have no idea how to aggregate it properly. I tried to use standard GROUP BY but I get the error (Column 'Packs.UserCustomGroupId' is invalid in the select list because it is not contained in either an aggregate function or the GROUP BY claus). Any ideas? Here is the output I currently get:

sql output

I want to aggregate it by UserId. Thanks in advance.

APH APH
Answer

The option that involves the least query-rewriting is to drop your existing query into a CTE or temp table, like so:

; with CTE as (MyQueryHere)

Select UserID, sum(amount)
from CTE
Group by UserID
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