SQL Access Query

PBE

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Office Version
  1. 365
Platform
  1. Windows
Hi Any help appreciated.

I'm trying to write a query that shows BranchName, Sales and SalesDate for records where the Sales amount >= to the average sales amount for the branch ie. the average sales for Brighton is 237 so the record for Brighton where sales are 200 should be excluded.

To illustrate what I want I have pasted tables with basic data.

BranchIDBranchName
1Brighton
2Crawley
3Worthing
4London
5Eastbourne

BranchIDSaleDateSales
12006-09-15200
12006-10-13300
12006-11-02150
12007-04-01300
22006-11-034000
32005-01-01600
32005-02-02900
32005-03-15700
32006-05-16900
52006-10-01775


This code shows only branches whose average sales were greater than or equal to 300.

Code:
SELECT DISTINCTROW tbl_Branch.BranchName, Avg(tbl_BranchSales.Sales) AS AverageSales
FROM tbl_Branch INNER JOIN tbl_BranchSales ON tbl_Branch.[BranchID] = tbl_BranchSales.[BranchID]
GROUP BY tbl_Branch.BranchName
HAVING (((Avg(tbl_BranchSales.Sales))>=300));

How do I modify this code to show:-

BranchName, Sales and SalesDate for records where the Sales amount >= to the average sales amount for the branch ie. the average sales for Brighton is 237 so the record for Brighton where sales are 200 should be excluded.

Thanks

PBE
 

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hernantorres23

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Joined
Nov 21, 2019
Messages
269
Office Version
  1. 365
  2. 2016
Platform
  1. Windows
  2. Web
Hi, you can try this

SELECT tblSales.branchId, tblCities.branchName, tblSales.salesDate, tblSales.sales, DAvg("sales","tblsales","tblsales.branchid=" & [tblcities].[branchid]) AS promedio
FROM tblSales INNER JOIN tblCities ON tblSales.branchId = tblCities.branchId
GROUP BY tblSales.branchId, tblCities.branchName, tblSales.salesDate, tblSales.sales, DAvg("sales","tblsales","tblsales.branchid=" & [tblcities].[branchid])
HAVING tblSales.sales>=DAvg("sales","tblsales","tblsales.branchid=" & [tblcities].[branchid])


promedio

branchIdbranchNamesalesDatesalespromedio
1​
Brighton
13/10/2006​
300​
237.5
1​
Brighton
01/04/2007​
300​
237.5
2​
Crawley
03/11/2006​
4000​
4000
3​
Worthing
02/02/2005​
900​
775
3​
Worthing
16/05/2006​
900​
775
5​
Eastbourne
01/10/2006​
775​
775
 

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