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1327. List the Products Ordered in a Period

Level

Easy

Description

Table: Products

+------------------+---------+
| Column Name      | Type    |
+------------------+---------+
| product_id       | int     |
| product_name     | varchar |
| product_category | varchar |
+------------------+---------+
product_id is the primary key for this table.
This table contains data about the company's products.

Table: Orders

+---------------+---------+
| Column Name   | Type    |
+---------------+---------+
| product_id    | int     |
| order_date    | date    |
| unit          | int     |
+---------------+---------+
There is no primary key for this table. It may have duplicate rows.
product_id is a foreign key to Products table.
unit is the number of products ordered in order_date.

Write an SQL query to get the names of products with greater than or equal to 100 units ordered in February 2020 and their amount.

Return result table in any order.

The query result format is in the following example:

Products table:
+-------------+-----------------------+------------------+
| product_id  | product_name          | product_category |
+-------------+-----------------------+------------------+
| 1           | Leetcode Solutions    | Book             |
| 2           | Jewels of Stringology | Book             |
| 3           | HP                    | Laptop           |
| 4           | Lenovo                | Laptop           |
| 5           | Leetcode Kit          | T-shirt          |
+-------------+-----------------------+------------------+

Orders table:
+--------------+--------------+----------+
| product_id   | order_date   | unit     |
+--------------+--------------+----------+
| 1            | 2020-02-05   | 60       |
| 1            | 2020-02-10   | 70       |
| 2            | 2020-01-18   | 30       |
| 2            | 2020-02-11   | 80       |
| 3            | 2020-02-17   | 2        |
| 3            | 2020-02-24   | 3        |
| 4            | 2020-03-01   | 20       |
| 4            | 2020-03-04   | 30       |
| 4            | 2020-03-04   | 60       |
| 5            | 2020-02-25   | 50       |
| 5            | 2020-02-27   | 50       |
| 5            | 2020-03-01   | 50       |
+--------------+--------------+----------+

Result table:
+--------------------+---------+
| product_name       | unit    |
+--------------------+---------+
| Leetcode Solutions | 130     |
| Leetcode Kit       | 100     |
+--------------------+---------+

Products with product_id = 1 is ordered in February a total of (60 + 70) = 130.
Products with product_id = 2 is ordered in February a total of 80.
Products with product_id = 3 is ordered in February a total of (2 + 3) = 5.
Products with product_id = 4 was not ordered in February 2020.
Products with product_id = 5 is ordered in February a total of (50 + 50) = 100.

Solution

Select the entries after joining the tables Products and Orders and use order_date as a selection criteria. Use sum(unit) to obtain the sum of units of each product. Only return the products that have greater than or equal to 100 units ordered in February 2020.

# Write your MySQL query statement below
select product_name, unit
    from Products
    join (select product_id, sum(unit) as unit from Orders
         where order_date between '2020-02-01' and '2020-02-29'
         group by product_id
         having sum(unit) >= 100) as orders_sum
    on Products.product_id = orders_sum.product_id;

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