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Databases Querying Relational Databases Subqueries Using a Subquery to Create a Temporary Table (Part 2)

Kenzie Iles
Kenzie Iles
1,773 Points

Error: near "ID": syntax error

I have scanned this query multiple times and can't figure out what is wrong, can someone help?

SELECT sr.LastName, Loc1.StLouisAmount, Loc2.ColumbiaAmount From SalesRep AS sr Left Outer Join (Select SalesRepID, Sum(SaleAmount) as StLouisAmount From Sale AS s where s.LocationID = 1 Group By SalesRep ID) As Loc1 ON sr.SalesRepID = Loc1.SalesRepID Left Outer Join (Select SalesRepID, Sum(SaleAmount) as ColumbiaAmount From Sale AS s where s.LocationID = 2 Group By SalesRep ID) AS Loc2 ON sr.SalesRepID = Loc2.SalesRepID;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,982 Points

This code has "Group By SalesRep ID" (with a space in the column name) instead of "Group By SalesRepID". This occurs twice in the query.