Selasa, 05 Juli 2016

[MS_AccessPros] Re: Counting dates in a month

 


Hi Art

Remove tblTenantListing.MOVEINDATE from the GROUP BY.  Having it there causes a new aggregate record for every different date.

You will probably also need to change HAVING to WHERE.

Best regards,
Graham Mandeno [Access MVP 1996-2015]

---In MS_Access_Professionals@yahoogroups.com, <dbalorenzini@...> wrote :

I am trying to count the number of records by month.


SELECT Format([MOVEINDATE],"mmmm"" , ""yyyy") AS [Month of Move-In], Count(tblTenantListing.ID) AS [Total Move-In]
FROM tblTenantListing
GROUP BY Format([MOVEINDATE],"mmmm"" , ""yyyy"), tblTenantListing.MOVEINDATE
HAVING (((tblTenantListing.MOVEINDATE) Between #10/1/2015# And #6/30/2016#));


Currently this gives me the following:


Query1
Month of Move-InTotal Move-In
April , 20161
April , 20161
April , 20161
April , 20161
April , 20161
April , 20162
December , 20151
December , 20151
December , 20151
February , 20163
February , 20161
February , 20161
February , 20161
February , 20161
January , 20161
January , 20161
January , 20161
January , 20161
March , 20164
March , 20161
March , 20161
March , 20161
March , 20161
May , 20161
May , 20161
May , 20161
May , 20161
November , 20151
November , 20151
November , 20151
November , 20151
October , 20151


What I actually need is one record per month. Any ideas?


THank you,


Arthur Lorenzini

Sioux Falls, SD

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