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Old March 9th, 2006, 05:26 PM
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Default syntax of sum in SQL

I'm trying to find the summation of a column called Total_Months in
Access. In the sql, I type in:
( SELECT Sum([dbo_tblPermits].Total_Months) FROM [dbo_tblPermits] WHERE
(dbo_tblPermits.PermitNo LIKE 'AR%')) AS mySum

In addition, dbo_tblPermits is the name of my table and PermitNo is the
various kinds of permits that I have.
However, I get an inaccurate answer. Then I tried the DSum formula which is:
( SELECT DSum("Total_Months", "dbo_tblPermits", "dbo_tblPermits.PermitNo
LIKE 'AR%'") )AS myDSum
However, I get a syntax error. I've been looking at my code for the past
two days, but I'm not getting anywhere.

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Old March 10th, 2006, 03:17 AM
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Default

Try this:

SELECT Sum(Total_Months) AS mySum FROM dbo_tblPermits WHERE
PermitNo LIKE 'AR%'

Peko



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