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Below is the syntax for ORDERBY function:
ORDERBY([<orderby_expression>, <order>[,<orderby_expression>[,<order>]] ...]]
ORDERBY(SUM(column name), DESC/ASC)
But with the new update, now we can handle blank values. We can keep BLANKS in the beginning or at the end irrespective of it's sorting order(Ascending/Descending)
Eg: ORDERBY(SUM(TotalSales), ASC BLANKS LAST)
This will return the total sales amount in ascending order and the blank values will be at the end.
Similarly, if we write ORDERBY(SUM(TotalSales), ASC BLANKS FIRST) then it will return total sales amount in ascending order keeping the blank values at the beginning.
I found it beneficial, Thanks for sharing!
Thank you for an Update !!
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