I found some interesting info on my question in the archives, but not
I want to build a crosstab with following sql statement:

T1."CHL1UC" "c1",
T2."F1CUNM" "c2",
T2."F1CUA1" "c3",
T2."F1CUA3" "c4",
T1."F5CFI3" "c5",
T1."F5CFI1" "c6",
T1."F6ITTY" "c7",
T1."F6ITGR" "c8",
T1."ITNOUC" "c9",
T1."F5ITDS" "c10",
decimal(sum(case when jaar='2000' then ofqsuc0101 else 0 end),15,8) "Qty
decimal(sum(case when jaar='1999' then ofqsuc0101 else 0 end),15,8) "Qty
decimal(sum(case when jaar='2000' then ofqsuc0101 else 0
end),15,8)/decimal(sum(case when jaar='1999' then ofqsuc0101 else 0
end),15,8) "Qty Index"
T1."CHL1UC" = T2."F1CUNO")
where chl1uc='K02015'
group by T1."CHL1UC" , T2."F1CUNM", T2."F1CUA1" , T2."F1CUA3" , T1."F5CFI3"
, T1."F5CFI1", T1."F6ITTY", T1."F6ITGR", T1."ITNOUC", T1."F5ITDS"
order by "c1","c5","c6","c7","c8","c9","c10"

This works so far. This gives me sums on the lowest level of my query. But I
also need sums on higher group levels... Anyone know if this is possible ?
It would help me A LOT !

Thanks for your time,
Bart Verweijen

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