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Need Help with SQL Statement

(OP)
I'm accessing a Pervasive.SQL 9.61 database using ODBC and I need some help coming up with a SQL statement. I haven't used Pervasive before so any help is appreciated. I'm programming using C# in Visual Studio 2008. Here's my info:

Table 1
Cost_Codes:
Job
Cost_Code
Description

Table 2
Job_Cost:
Job
Cost_Code
Cost_Code_Cat
WTD_Units
WTD_Cost

I need to SUM the WTD_Units in one field and WTD_Cost in another field based on Job and Cost_Code. So, these are the fields I need to return:

Cost_Code.Job, Cost_Code.Cost_Code, Cost_Code.Description, SUM(Job_Cost.WTD_Units), SUM(Job_Cost.WTD_Cost)

Thanks for any help!

RE: Need Help with SQL Statement

Something like:

select Cost_Code.Job, Cost_Code.Cost_Code, Max(Cost_Code.Description), SUM(Job_Cost.WTD_Units), SUM(Job_Cost.WTD_Cost)
group by Cost_Code.Job, Cost_Code.Cost_Code

RE: Need Help with SQL Statement

(OP)
Thanks for the response. I didn't need to sum after all. The program I am getting numbers from has a field that keeps the totals.

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