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Sql Select Statment To Count Only Fields With Data



I Have tried to get support but they are not responding to my ticket and I have been struggling with this very simple task for a report. I need to create a calculated field that counts the number of fields with data in a column by district - do not count NULL fields. In normal SQL, you can use a count function which does not include NULL fields but this counts everything for some reason. Not sure what I am doing wrong but here is the statement which should pull the count of fields with data but instead counts all the fields by distrcit.. ANY help would be appreciated...


select count(Dropping_Unit) 
FROM CH_tbl_Base
WHERE District=[@field:DistrictName]
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Just to update this post and add in the previous comment above, you may use CASE STATEMENT on this workflow:


[@field:Dropping_Unit] != ' '


SELECT COUNT(Dropping_Unit) FROM CH_tbl_Base WHERE District= target.[@field:DistrictName]


'Your other condition when the field has blank values'


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