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T-SQL 2005 query for Group BY and not GROUP in same query for SQL reporting service use purpose?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Hi, I have SQL 2005 table like bellow @OrderTable I want to display all row data and GROUP BY data as well for SQL Reporting Service Matrix purpose...   declare @OrderTable TABLE (OrderID varchar(10),OrderType varchar(20),OrderValue decimal(10,2),OrderDate DateTime) INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P06','O1',25.22,'2010-01-24') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P06','O2',105.48,'2010-06-12') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P07','O3',555.00,'2010-06-09') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P08','O1',10.22,'2010-06-12') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P06','O1',55.66,'2010-03-17') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P06','O1',45.44,'2010-03-17') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P07','O3',477.81,'2010-03-18') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P07','O3',78.85,'2010-03-18') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P06','O1',78.08,'2010-04-09') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P07','O2',899.90,'2010-04-22') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P08','O3',25.33,'2010-01-24') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P08','O3',859.01,'2010-01-24') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P08','O3',7433.89,'2010-01-24') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P08','O1',1005.41,'2010-06-12') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P06','O2',455.20,'2010-06-09') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES('P07','O3',85.30,'2010-06-12') INSERT INTO @OrderTable VALUES

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