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Urgent Help Regarding Union Select Query

Urgent Help Regarding Union Select Query

Urgent Help Regarding Union Select Query


I had been asked to create a report against Pervasive 8 using crystal but similar is currently sitting in different table.

I used the union query to links these tables as follow

Select "t1"."Company", "t1"."Product", "t1"."Sales" from "t1"
Select "t2"."Company", "t2"."Product", "t2"."Sales"
from "t2"

The issues is I need to have a dataset to calculate the total group by the company number and product number with sql similar to below

Select "u"."Company", "u"."Product", "u"."Sales"
from ([Union query above]) as "u"

I cannot get it working and wonder how I can create something similar within pervaisve

Any help will be greatly apperciate.  Thanks a million!!!!

RE: Urgent Help Regarding Union Select Query

What have you tried?  
What error/behavior are you getting?

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RE: Urgent Help Regarding Union Select Query

Apologize for the wrong sql.

I'm trying to get the total sales grouped by the "Company" with number accross different table (sitting in different database) with exactly the same database schema.

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