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Alex Pol
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Joined: Sep 29, 2006
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I have a map in which the key is a customerId (a String), and the value is a collection of objects of type T, which have an attribute BigDecimal "value" and another attribute String "manufacturer" which can take 2 values: "manuf1" and "manuf2".

I want to obtain the top 10 of customers, and to display for each the total "value", the value for manuf1 and the value for manuf2 (these are sums of course)

Any ideas are appreciated.

Thanks
Ravikanth kolli
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Joined: Feb 10, 2008
Posts: 179

Can you actually be more clear in your question?
Do you mean that each customer is mapped to 2 manufacturers?


-kolli
 
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