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I think the result of the need to Picture 2 cross-cutting sum

select shipper.trans_no,
       shipper_line.part_id as customer_id,
       shipper_line.quantity,
       shipper.trans_date,
       shipper_line.unit_price,
       shipper_line.line_no,
       shipper_line.all_amt,
       sum(shipper_line.all_amt) over (partition by shipper_line.part_id order by shipper.trans_date
                                       rows between unbounded preceding and current row) as shipper_allamt         
from   
       shipper join shipper_line on (shipper.trans_no=shipper_line.trans_no)
where  shipper.trans_date between '2013-10-01' and '2013-10-30'

asked 16 Nov '13, 22:33

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edited 16 Nov '13, 22:40

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(17 Nov '13, 03:22) Mark Culp
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