Hi Mike

Then you have to leave PLBPTP out of the group by list. Then either you put an aggregate function (MAX or MIN, e.g.) on it, or you leave it also off the field list.

Anyhow, here're my thoughts -

-- to keep PLBPTP in the field list --
SELECT eeun, eedpt, plbemp, eenam, plbbg1, sum(plbhrs), (min)plbptp FROM
.
.
.
GROUP BY PLBEMP,EENAM ,EEDPT, EEUN, PLBBG1
ORDER BY EEDPT,PLBEMP

-- to take PLBPTP off the field list --
SELECT eeun, eedpt, plbemp, eenam, plbbg1, sum(plbhrs) FROM
.
.
.
GROUP BY PLBEMP,EENAM ,EEDPT, EEUN, PLBBG1
ORDER BY EEDPT,PLBEMP


HTH
Vern
Smith, Mike wrote:
I have the following SQL statement.
That produces results like this Eedpt plbemp eenam
plbbg1 eeun sum(plbhrs) PLBPTP
091 165 SMITH MICHAEL A 091
Y 16.00 470.00 OH
091 165 SMITH MICHAEL A 091
Y 5.50 470.00 6D
091 165 SMITH MICHAEL A 091
Y 16.00 470.00 6C

I get 3 records because there are three different values of PLBPTP
I can't get my grouping to work so that I get 1 record that looks like
this
091 165 SMITH, MICHAEL A 091 Y
37.50 470.00

Can you suggest a way to make this work?

Thanks

Mike



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