On Friday, January 7, 2011 4:15:25 PM UTC+6, "Satish Burnwal (sburnwal)" wrote:
I have 2 tables containing the data for same items:

STORE1
-----------------------------
Id type items
-----------------------------
1 FOOD 10
2 FOOD 15
3 SOAP 20

STORE2
-----------------------------
Id type items
-----------------------------
1 FOOD 15
3 SOAP 10
4 PAPER 25
5 SOAP 12


What I am looking for is one single query that would return me TYPE-wise
total number of items from both the tables. UNION does not help me. I
want the result as:

Type count
-----------------------
FOOD 40 //10+15+15
SOAP 42 //20+10+12
PAPER 25

Thanks in advance,
-Satish

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Hello,
I think you can use the sum / count keyword on find query. Follow the link
http://arafats.info/how-to-use-sum-on-cakephp/
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