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Hi Darryl,

I adapted the following from Example 3 at https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/db2-for-zos/11?topic=subselect-examples-grouping-sets-rollup-cube-queries

SELECT co, account, invoice#, sum(amount)
  FROM MyFile
 GROUP BY ROLLUP (co, account, invoice#)
 ORDER BY co, account, invoice#;

Co   Account    Invoice#    Amount
AA    1234        Inv1       10.00
AA    1234        Inv2       15.00
AA    1234        -          25.00
AA    -           -          25.00
BB    5678        Inv3       20.00
BB    5678        Inv5       13.00
BB    5678        -          33.00
BB    -           -          33.00
-     -           -          58.00

I'm not sure if there's a way to eliminate the totals you don't want.

*Peter Dow* /
Dow Software Services, Inc.
909 793-9050

On 10/31/2022 11:04 AM, a4g atl wrote:
I cannot find my notes on this and I do not remember what this group is
called to look it up. Hoping you can assist.

I need to run a SELECT over a file and have totals printed at the break.

Co Account Invoice# Amount
AA 1234 Inv1 10.00
AA 1234 Inv2 15.00
Total AA 1234 25.00

BB 5678 Inv3 20.00
BB 5678 Inv5 13.00
Total BB 5678 33.00

Total BB 58.00

How do I build the SQL statement?

TIA, Darryl Freinkel.

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