Combining the results of two SQL queries as separate columns
You can use a
SELECT * FROM ( SELECT SUM(Fdays) AS fDaysSum FROM tblFieldDays WHERE tblFieldDays.NameCode=35 AND tblFieldDays.WeekEnding=1) A -- use you real query here CROSS JOIN (SELECT SUM(CHdays) AS hrsSum FROM tblChargeHours WHERE tblChargeHours.NameCode=35 AND tblChargeHours.WeekEnding=1) B -- use you real query here
You can aliasing both query and Selecting them in the select query
SELECT x.a, y.b FROM (SELECT * from a) as x, (SELECT * FROM b) as y
You could also use a CTE to grab groups of information you want and join them together, if you wanted them in the same row. Example, depending on which SQL syntax you use, here:
WITH group1 AS ( SELECT testA FROM tableA ), group2 AS ( SELECT testB FROM tableB ) SELECT * FROM group1 JOIN group2 ON group1.testA = group2.testB --your choice of join ;
You decide what kind of JOIN you want based on the data you are pulling, and make sure to have the same fields in the groups you are getting information from in order to put it all into a single row. If you have multiple columns, make sure to name them all properly so you know which is which. Also, for performance sake, CTE's are the way to go, instead of inline SELECT's and such. Hope this helps.