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SQL subquery question - Microsoft SQL / MS SQL Server

I have a query running inside of Coldfusion webpage. query blah cfoutput query blah { query another_blah { cfoutput another_blah { calculations } } } Problem: You cannot have nested cfoutputs. Is there a way in SQL to do those calculations within a SQL query? I know you can do SUM functions to add, but I also need a multiplication function? Anyone have a link for help or advice? Thanks in advance!!!...

  1. #1

    Default SQL subquery question

    I have a query running inside of Coldfusion webpage.

    query blah

    cfoutput query blah
    {

    query another_blah
    {
    cfoutput another_blah
    {
    calculations
    }
    }

    }

    Problem: You cannot have nested cfoutputs. Is there a way
    in SQL to do those calculations within a SQL query? I
    know you can do SUM functions to add, but I also need a
    multiplication function? Anyone have a link for help or
    advice? Thanks in advance!!!
    derek Guest

  2. #2

    Default SQL subquery question

    nevermind....

    :)



    >-----Original Message-----
    >I have a query running inside of Coldfusion webpage.
    >
    >query blah
    >
    >cfoutput query blah
    >{
    >
    > query another_blah
    > {
    > cfoutput another_blah
    > {
    > calculations
    > }
    > }
    >
    >}
    >
    >Problem: You cannot have nested cfoutputs. Is there a
    way
    >in SQL to do those calculations within a SQL query? I
    >know you can do SUM functions to add, but I also need a
    >multiplication function? Anyone have a link for help or
    >advice? Thanks in advance!!!
    >.
    >
    derek Guest

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