SQL VIEW Exercises: Define a view that shows the number of orders in each day

SQL VIEW: Exercise-14 with Solution

14. From the following table, create a view to get number of orders in each day. Return order date and number of orders.

Sample table: orders

Sample Solution:

CREATE VIEW dateord(ord_date, odcount)
AS SELECT ord_date, COUNT (*)
FROM orders 
GROUP BY ord_date;


sqlpractice=# SELECT *
sqlpractice-# FROM dateord;
  ord_date  | odcount
 2012-10-05 |       2
 2012-08-17 |       3
 2012-07-27 |       1
 2012-09-22 |       1
 2012-09-10 |       3
 2012-10-10 |       2
 2012-06-27 |       1
 2012-04-25 |       1
(8 rows)

Inventory database model:

Inventory database model

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Previous: From the following tables, create a view that shows all matches of customers with salesperson such that at least one customer in the city of customer served by a salesperson in the city of the salesperson.
Next: From the following tables, create a view to find the salespersons who issued orders on October 10th, 2012. Return all the fields of salesperson.

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