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I have two select queries to use in my project for getting data and displaying it in my web page. I want to join them so that I need to access data only once. But I don't know how to join them as one of the query contains group function. Could you help me? Thanks in Advance. Following are my queries,

First query is,
                      a.user_id, a.employee_code, a.employee_type, a.employee_email, a.employee_name, a.home_country, a.user_name, a.user_password, 
                      a.isPeoplesoftData, bb.Code AS company, c.location AS location_code, c.desc_loc AS location_desc, c.currency_cd, c.business_title, 
                      c.deptid AS department_code, c.desc_dept AS department_name, (CASE WHEN (c.reports_to = '') THEN c.report_dotted_line_id ELSE c.reports_to END) 
                      AS reports_to, (CASE WHEN (c.reports_to = '') THEN c.report_dotted_line_name ELSE c.reports_to_name END) AS reports_to_name, 
                      c.desc_comp AS company_name, c.grade, CASE WHEN a.weekendType <> 0 THEN a.weekendType ELSE d .weekend_type END AS weekend_type, 
             AS nationality, f.hire_dt, d.location_id, a.isActive, c.jobcode, c.desc_job,, c.empl_status, dbo.FormatDate(h.birthdate, 'MM/dd/yyy') 
                      AS birthdate, c.monthly_rt, c.annual_rt, i.AccountNo,
FROM         dbo.users AS a LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.employees AS b ON a.employee_code = b.employee_code LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.employees_jobs AS c ON a.employee_code = c.employee_code AND =
                          (SELECT     TOP (1) id
                            FROM          dbo.employees_jobs
                            WHERE      (employee_code = b.employee_code) AND (effdt <= GETDATE()) AND (isDeleted = 0)
                            ORDER BY effdt DESC, id DESC) LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.employees_nationality AS e ON e.employee_code = a.employee_code LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.locations AS d ON c.location = d.location_name LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.employees_employment AS f ON f.employee_code = a.employee_code INNER JOIN
                      dbo.arabia_employee_entity AS aa ON a.user_id = aa.user_id INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Entity AS bb ON aa.entity_id = bb.EntityID LEFT OUTER JOIN
                      dbo.employees_person AS h ON a.employee_code = h.employee_code INNER JOIN
                      dbo.employee_bank_account AS i ON a.user_id = i.userID
WHERE     (a.isActive = 1) AND (c.empl_status = 'A' OR
                      c.empl_status = 'L' OR
                      c.empl_status = 'P')

Second query is,

select currency_cd, SUM(comprate) as salary from employees_compensation where employee_code = @emp_code group by currency_cd

Note: The second query is actually a procedure. On joining I want the employee_code of the second query to be equal to the employee_code of employees table in the first query.

1 solution

I got headache by seeing this query...... Use Instant SQL Fomatter[^] to for long sql queries.

Use the below Example to solve your problem.

Select EmployeeID, EmployeeName, EmployeeSSN, Designation from Employee
Select 0 as EmployeeID, ManagerName as EmployeeName, 0 as EmployeeSSN , 'Manager' as Designation From Management 

Hope this helps....

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