How to Count Records in SQL Group with an example? For this, We are going to use the [MyEmployee table] table present in our Database. From the below figure, you can observe that the [MyEmployee table] table has fourteen records.
How to Count Records in SQL Group By?
Generally, we will write queries to check for the total number of products that belong to a particular category or color, etc. In these situations, we use the SQL Sever GROUP BY clause to group the products by category or color and count records.
SELECT COUNT( [EmployeeID]) AS [Total Records] ,[Education] ,SUM([YearlyIncome]) AS Income ,SUM([Sales]) AS Sale FROM [MyEmployees Table] GROUP BY [Education] ORDER BY Income DESC