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  1. how to count values?

    <?php if (empty($count)) { $count=''; } if ($count == '') { $count ='1'; } else { $count++ ; } echo $count; echo '<br>'; ?> My goal is to make a script that increments $count ever time someone downloads the page. Can this be done without 'storing' the $count value? Or should I create a script with fwrite/fopen or $_SESSION?
  2. SQL count help

    Hi, I have an issue and hope someone can point me in the right direction. I have a table called production Table production Id Job Company Status — —— ——— ——— 123 001 Test 1 Active 123 002 Test 1 Active 123 003 Test 1 Active 123 004 Test 1 Complete 123 005 Test 1 Active 123 006 Test 1 Complete 456 001 Test 2 Complete 456 002 Test 2 Complete 456 003 Test 2 Active 456 004 Test 2 Complete 456 005 Test 2 Active 456 006 Test 2 Complete 789 001 Test 3 Complete 789 002 Test 3 Active 789 003 Test 3 Active 789 004 Test 3 Active 789 005 Test 3 Active 789 006 Test 3 Active I'm trying to run a query that returns the following Company Active Complete Test 1 4 2 Test 2 2 4 Test 3 5 1 So its DISTINCT Id and counting the different status and return as above Any help would be great as I have been trying most of the day but without success Cheers Chris
  3. relational algebra

    hi, sorry, i have a question to do...but i know how to write in sql query ....however the answer need to write on relational algebra in query is like : SELECT * FROM operation where r='broken' group by pc having count(pc) >1 ; π id,pc,result ( σ r = 'broken' (operation)) like group by and having clasue...i no idea ... i searched on internet still @@ .... isnt the answer like that, i using split/step by step method to do rel 1 = σ r = 'broken' (operation) rel 2 = σ count(pc)>1 γ pc,count(pc) (rel 1)) rel 3 = π id,pc,result (rel 2 ) thanks
  4. id | mid | pid | owgh | nwgh |1 3 12 1.5 0.62 3 12 1.5 0.33 3 14 0.6 0.44 3 15 1.2 1.15 4 16 1.5 1.06 4 17 2.4 1.27 3 19 3.0 1.4 Select mid , COUNT(distinct pid) as cpid , SUM(nwgh) as totalnwgh from test GROUP BY mid sqlfiddle : link of below result with above query mid cpid totalnwgh3 4 3.84 2 2.2 But above i need one more column that's as below : **totowgh** mid cpid totalnwgh totowgh3 4 3.8 6.3 (DISTINCT value as per pid column)4 2 2.2 3.9 where totowgh = 6.3 come by DISTINCT value as per pid columnthat's mid = 3 has count 5 but distinct pid = 4 for mid=3 same way "distinct" owgh = 6.3 for mid=3 and distinct pid.As pid=12 is count 1 time hence,1.5 + 0.6 + 1.2 + 3 = 6.3 ( please not this is as per DISTINCT value of pid )Please note : i need owgh value as per distinct pid or group by pid .. because if i replace value of owgh 0.6 with 1.5 then it will be 5.7 instead of 7.2 but value of owgh 0.6 belong to pid = 14 and not pid = 12 hence totalcount of owgh change ...but i need is 7.2SEE WHAT I MEANS : sqlfiddle.com/#!9/2a53c/6
  5. I have a mySQL posts table, a files table, and a relationships table. I need to sum file download counts grouped by the post the files are associated with. SELECTp.id, p.post_title, count(d.download_id) FROM posts p INNER JOIN file_log d ON p.id = d.file_idgroup by p.post_title The above query works as long as the titles of the files are the same, which is not always the case. I really need to group them by their relationship to the post they are associated with. The relationships are stored in relationships r, which shows r.post_id (which is p.id from posts), and r.file_id (which is d.file_id from file_log) I have tried a few subqueries, but I am not sure how to join the relationships table to my query and group counts by r.post_id Thanks for any help.
  6. Here is my xml: <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?><wd:Report_Data xmlns:wd="urn:com.workday.report/CR-INT034-ADP-Garnishment_Disbursements_File-Outbound2"> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>1111</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>2222</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>3333</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>2222</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>3333</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry> <wd:Report_Entry> <wd:field>1111</wd:field> </wd:Report_Entry></wd:Report_Data> Here is the xslt I am using: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><xsl:stylesheet xmlns:wd="urn:com.workday.report/CR-INT034-ADP-Garnishment_Disbursements_File-Outbound2" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"version="2.0"><xsl:strip-space elements="*"/><xsl:output indent="no" method="text" /> <xsl:key name="entry" match="wd:Report_Entry" use="wd:field" /> <xsl:template match="wd:Report_Data"> <xsl:value-of select="count(wd:Report_Entry | wd:field[ generate-id() = generate-id(key('entry', wd:field))])"/> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> I am trying to count the unique values. So in the example above, the answer should be 3 and I am getting 6. I can get this to work in 1.0 with the following code: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><xsl:stylesheet xmlns:wd="urn:com.workday.report/CR-INT034-ADP-Garnishment_Disbursements_File-Outbound2" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"version="1.0"><xsl:strip-space elements="*"/><xsl:output indent="no" method="text" /> <xsl:key name="entry" match="wd:Report_Entry" use="wd:field" /> <xsl:template match="wd:Report_Data"> <xsl:value-of select="count(wd:Report_Entry [ generate-id() = generate-id(key('entry', wd:field))])"/> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> But I can't use 1.0 I have to use 2.0. Is there any way to get this to work in 2.0 or am I just out of luck? Any help would greatly be appreciated! Thanks,Sarah
  7. I am trying to create an xref and cannot get the correct step number in the reference. I am pointing at the cmd tag because when I point at the step tag, it does not link to a page number. The below code (second set) counts all the preceding cmd tags in the whole document. Is there a way to count only the cmd tags in the current task/topic? I have tried creating variables (shown directly below), and this gets me to the correct task number in the document. From there, I could not get it to count the preceding cmd tags in the task in the CurrTask position. Any help on this is greatly appreciated. <xsl:variable name="Tasks" select="count(preceding::*[contains(@class, ' task/steps ')])" /> <xsl:variable name="CurrTask" select="$Tasks +1" /> <xsl:template match="*[contains(@class, ' task/cmd ')]" mode="retrieveReferenceTitle"><xsl:call-template name="insertVariable"> <xsl:with-param name="theVariableID" select="'Step'"/> <xsl:with-param name="theParameters"> <number> <xsl:value-of select="count(preceding::*[contains(@class, ' task/cmd ')]) + 1"/></number></xsl:with-param> </xsl:call-template> </xsl:template> Alternatively, when I point the xref at the step, and insert <fo:inline id="{@id}"/> and <xsl:call-template name="insertPageNumberCitation"/> at the end of the template, it gives me the page number of the actual xref, not the page number of the step it is pointing at. Thank you.
  8. Counting two values from the same table

    I have a table of orders. Each order has a status, one being "Shipped". The end goal is to take the data and push it into a chart showing total orders, shipped orders, and grouped by month/year. I can get the count of the orders and group them by month/year, but I'm not sure how to also include orders with the status of "Shipped". Any ideas? (The code I have now is counting the orders into a column called Orders and Shipped, but I know it's not actually grabbing shipped orders for the Shipped column. I just have it there for now so I could move on with populating a chart while I work on fixing the query.) SELECT COUNT(o.ROW_ID) AS Orders, COUNT(o2.ROW_ID) AS Shipped, RIGHT(CONVERT(VARCHAR(8), o.STATUS_DT, 3), 5) AS Date, MONTH(o.STATUS_DT) AS Month, YEAR(o.STATUS_DT) AS YearFROM dbo.S_ORDER AS o LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.S_ORDER AS o2 ON o.ROW_ID = o2.ROW_IDWHERE (o.CREATED > CONVERT(DATETIME, '2011-04-01 00:00:00', 102)) AND (o.CREATED < CONVERT(DATETIME, '2012-05-1 00:00:00', 102))GROUP BY RIGHT(CONVERT(VARCHAR(8), o.STATUS_DT, 3), 5), MONTH(o.STATUS_DT), YEAR(o.STATUS_DT)ORDER BY Year, Month, Date DESC
  9. Hey Everyone, I am fairly new to SQL and pulling out whatever little hair is left on my head. I have a data dump where we are trying count the "First Call Resolution" for tickets that an employee opens and closes himself. The company is using MS Access and I am working with a basic data dump from the ticketing system. I have already weeded out everything I don't need, but I'm having trouble trying to compare and count two rows in the same table. Here is an example of the info in the table ticket_number | agentID | activity | notesGLOB-1234 | tier1_A1 | OPENS | ticket openedy by tier1_A1 - BobGLOB-1234 | tier1_A1 | REMRK | helped client fix their stuffGLOB-1234 | tier1_A1 | CLOSE | ticket closed by tier1_A1 - BobGLOB-1235 | tier1_A2 | OPENS | ticket openedy by tier1_A1 - Chris GLOB-1235 | tier1_A2 | REMRK | Could not resolve issue, routing to tier 2GLOB-1234 | tier2_A2 | REMRK | Recevied ticket from tier1, fixed problem remotely, advised clientGLOB-1234 | tier2_B1 | CLOSE | ticket closed by tier2_A2 - Mike I want to be able to check the table to see how many ticket tier1 agents have resolved on their own. In order to do this, I just have to count the number of times that I have a row where ticket_number, agentID are the same, and where Activity = 'open' and activity = 'close'. I want to make the solution simple and elegant and try and do it within the same table. I guess one other option would be to create two separate views a then compare the two tables to each other? Please help me!!!Thanks in advance
  10. I've been at this for a couple of days now so I can really say i have no idea. Im making a temporary parking pass kiosk. Users will enter their information and get a pass that matches that. Everything works except for trying to count how many passes they have gotten. I have been trying to do it this one way, and the fact i cant get past an error code tells me im doing it wrong. So i was wondering if anyone had any ideas on how i could start this. Ill post my code below to show you. //add user plate to table $stmt = $conn->prepare("INSERT INTO count(plate) values(?)");$stmt->bind_param("s", $plate);$stmt->execute();$stmt->close();$sql="SELECT * FROM count where plate =$plate";$result=mysqli_query($conn,$sql);$row=mysqli_fetch_row($result);$counter=$row['counter'];// if have no limit value set counter = 1if(empty($counter)){$counter=1;$stmt = $conn->prepare("INSERT INTO count(limit) values(?)");$stmt->bind_param("s", $counter); $stmt->execute(); $stmt->close();} //If limit is over three redirect to error pageelseif($counter > 3) {header("Location: error.html");}else{// add one more to limit$addcounter=$counter+1;$stmt3 = $conn->prepare("Update limit SET count =? where plate = $plate"); $stmt3->bind_param("s", $addcounter); $stmt3->execute(); $stmt3->close();} What i am trying to have happen is when the primary key is entered 'plate' it will add to the table "count". Along with adding that plate number, i want the 'limit' attribute to go up by one. Once user hit a maximum of three passes they will be given an error message and asked to see the attendant. Right now it tells me that nothing is attached to the attribute $plate, which i know is untrue because that variable is called upon at a different part of my script and that part works. Any ideas? Where am i going wrong.
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