Report made of a query cross table
TRANSFORM Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) AS SomaDeCUSTO
SELECT [Qry Base].TELEFONE, [Qry Base].CONTA, [Qry Base].[Dt Adesão]
, [Qry Base].Pacote, [Qry Base].Status, [Qry Base].Protocolo, [Qry Base].Rede
, [Qry Base].[N Emp/Ag], [Qry Base].Nome, [Qry Base].[Ext VPN], [Qry Base].NIF
, [Qry Base].[Nº conta], [Qry Base].[Dt envio Processo], [Qry Base].[SIM]
, [Qry Base].[Dt Conclusão], [Qry Base].Observações, [Qry Base].Utilizador
, [Qry Base].DETALHE, Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) AS [Total de CUSTO]
FROM [Qry Base]
GROUP BY [Qry Base].TELEFONE, [Qry Base].CONTA, [Qry Base].[Dt Adesão]
, [Qry Base].Pacote, [Qry Base].Status
, [Qry Base].Protocolo, [Qry Base].Rede
, [Qry Base].[N Emp/Ag], [Qry Base].Nome, [Qry Base].[Ext VPN]
, [Qry Base].NIF, [Qry Base].[Nº conta], [Qry Base].[Dt envio Processo]
, [Qry Base].[SIM], [Qry Base].[Dt Conclusão], [Qry Base].Observações
, [Qry Base].Utilizador, [Qry Base].DETALHE
HAVING Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) 0
PIVOT Format([Periodo],"mmm") In
("Jan","Fev","Mar","Abr","Mai","Jun","Jul","Ago"," Set","Out","Nov","Dez");
If you have some values show up that should be zero try changing that
additional line to account for small arithmetic errors that can happen when
summing numbers with fractional portions.
HAVING Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) 0.00000001
and Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) 0.00000001
John Spencer
Access MVP 20022005, 20072010
The Hilltop Institute
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Pedro wrote:
Hi John and many thanks for your answer, although i didn't understand much
what i have to do...
Here goes my SQL and i hope it helps and your answer can help me.
TRANSFORM Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) AS SomaDeCUSTO
SELECT [Qry Base].TELEFONE, [Qry Base].CONTA, [Qry Base].[Dt Adesão], [Qry
Base].Pacote, [Qry Base].Status, [Qry Base].Protocolo, [Qry Base].Rede, [Qry
Base].[N Emp/Ag], [Qry Base].Nome, [Qry Base].[Ext VPN], [Qry Base].NIF, [Qry
Base].[Nº conta], [Qry Base].[Dt envio Processo], [Qry Base].[SIM], [Qry
Base].[Dt Conclusão], [Qry Base].Observações, [Qry Base].Utilizador, [Qry
Base].DETALHE, Sum([Qry Base].CUSTO) AS [Total de CUSTO]
FROM [Qry Base]
GROUP BY [Qry Base].TELEFONE, [Qry Base].CONTA, [Qry Base].[Dt Adesão], [Qry
Base].Pacote, [Qry Base].Status, [Qry Base].Protocolo, [Qry Base].Rede, [Qry
Base].[N Emp/Ag], [Qry Base].Nome, [Qry Base].[Ext VPN], [Qry Base].NIF, [Qry
Base].[Nº conta], [Qry Base].[Dt envio Processo], [Qry Base].[SIM], [Qry
Base].[Dt Conclusão], [Qry Base].Observações, [Qry Base].Utilizador, [Qry
Base].DETALHE
PIVOT Format([Periodo],"mmm") In
("Jan","Fev","Mar","Abr","Mai","Jun","Jul","Ago"," Set","Out","Nov","Dez");
Tks again
Pedro
"John Spencer" wrote:
Post the SQL of your cross tab query.
It is possible that all you have to do is add a having clause to it.
Generically that might look something like:
TRANSFORM Sum(SomeValue) as MonthlySum
SELECT Person
FROM SomeTable
GROUP BY Person
HAVING SUM(SomeValue) 0
PIVOT SomeMonthField
John Spencer
Access MVP 20022005, 20072010
The Hilltop Institute
University of Maryland Baltimore County
Pedro wrote:
Hi everyone
It must be very simple for you guys but i can't find it: How to make a
report, made of a query cross table, but only show records that the total of
all months are diferent than zero (0). Negative and positive values.
That report sums the sales for each person, each months and i want to know
who sell and who's not selling.
Tks in advance
Pedro
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