I tried the following query on SQL server 7.0:
SELECT SUM(Cnt) from ( SELECT Count(SbaNumber) As Cnt FROM SLDeals UNION all SELECT Count(SBANumber) as Cnt FROM ChDeals )
How would I do it if I want to get the sum of the two count rows returned in the union query?
Here is how I would write a query to get the count of a UNION-ed set of rows:
FROM ( SELECT * FROM SLDeals UNION SELECT * FROM ChDeals )
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