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Max number of orders over a variable time period

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Jay, Nov 10, 2005.

  1. Jay

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    I am trying to build a query that pulls the maximum number of orders
    over a period of 3 days. Could anyone help me out?
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    SELECT TOP 1 Format(Left(Partition([Date open],0,999999,3),7),"mm/dd/yyyy") &
    " : " & Format(Right(Partition([Date open],0,999999,3),5),"mm/dd/yyyy") AS
    [Date Group], Sum([Change Requests].x) AS SumOfx
    FROM [Change Requests]
    GROUP BY Format(Left(Partition([Date open],0,999999,3),7),"mm/dd/yyyy") & "
    : " & Format(Right(Partition([Date open],0,999999,5),5),"mm/dd/yyyy");

    Change [Change Requests] to your table.
    Change [Date open] to your date field.
    Change [x] to your quanity field.
    Change the 3 in Partition([Date open],0,999999,3) if you want other than a
    three-day span.

    You can also add additional criteria such as Between [Enter start date] And
    [Enter ending date] to narrow the search.

    "Jay" wrote:

    > I am trying to build a query that pulls the maximum number of orders
    > over a period of 3 days. Could anyone help me out?
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