Adding grouping to query results

You can group together query results that have the same value for a specified attribute. For example, if you have a list of incidents that are at different statuses:

ID

Title

User

Status

001

Title 1

User 1

Open

002

Title 2

User 2

Open

003

Title 3

User 3

Closed

004

Title 4

User 1

Open

005

Title 5

User 3

Closed

You can group them according to that status:

 

ID

Title

User

Open (3 items)

 

001

Title 1

User 1

 

002

Title 2

User 2

 

004

Title 4

User 1

Closed (2 items)

 

003

Title 3

User 3

 

005

Title 5

User 3

The group header contains the number of items in the group. You can expand and collapse groups by clicking the + and icons in the group header.

You can also design grouped queries so that they include a footer for each group that reports, where appropriate, the minimum, maximum, mean, and sum of the values for any of the attributes in the query.

You can add groups to a query either when you are designing the query, or when you are viewing a query's result list.


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