Count Data from multiple tables

I have 3 tables T1,T2,T3. Each of them has a relation to another.

T1_Serno   T1
1          T1

Table 2

  T2_Serno  T1_Serno  T2
    1           1     apple
    2           1     google
    3           1     Nokia

Table 3
    T3_Serno  T2_Serno   T3       Quantity
     1          1       apple1    20
     2          1       apple2    15
     3          2       Gogole1   10
     4          3       Nokia1    5

I have tried a few scripts .:

SELECT     T1.T1_Serno, T2.T2_Serno, T3.T3_Serno, T1.T1,COUNT( T3.T3_Serno) as Count_1, T2.T2, T3.T3, T3.Quantity
                      T2 ON T1.T1_Serno = T2.T1_Serno INNER JOIN
                      T3 ON T2.T2_Serno = T3.T2_Serno
GROUP BY T1.T1_Serno, T2.T2_Serno, T3.T3_Serno, T1.T1, T2.T2, T3.T3, T3.Quantity

I want something like this

   T2    T3      Count_1 Count_2
    Apple Apple1    3    35
    Apple Apple2    3    35
    Google Google1  1    10
    Nokia Nokia1    1    5
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asked Apr 22 at 10:47 AM in Default

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Try this. You can use aggregate windowing functions to get the results you want.

declare @T1 table (T1_Serno int, T1 varchar(50))
declare @T2 table (T2_Serno int, T1_serno int, T2 varchar(50))
declare @T3 table (T3_Serno int, T2_serno int, T3 varchar(50), Quantity int)

insert into @T1 select 1, 'T1'
insert into @T2 select 1, 1, 'apple'
insert into @T2 select 2, 1, 'google'
insert into @T2 select 3, 1, 'nokia'
insert into @T3 select 1, 1, 'apple1',20
insert into @T3 select 2, 1, 'apple1',15
insert into @T3 select 3, 2, 'google1',10
insert into @T3 select 4, 3, 'nokia1',5

    count(*)over(partition by T3.T3),
    sum(quantity)over(partition by T3.T3)
from @T1 T1
join @T2 T2 on T2.T1_serno = T1.T1_Serno
join @T3 T3 on T3.T2_serno = T2.T2_Serno
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answered Apr 22 at 11:10 AM

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Sir, It works perfect if i run the entire code..But how do I use it as a query to run on my Gridview or repeater.? Please suggest. Thank you.
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