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Is there a way to return count(open activities) on case when I build a SOQL query in workbench ?

Ex:

SELECT Id, {count(open activities)} FROM Case WHERE AND Status = 'open' AND {open activities != null}

Thanks.

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Count() can only be used in root queries, it cannot be used in nested or inner query. Hence, this is how you can achieve -

integer openActivitiesCount = 0;
List<Case> csList = [SELECT Id, (SELECT Id FROM OpenActivities) FROM Case Where Status =: 'New'];
for (Case cs : csList){
    openActivitiesCount = openActivitiesCount + cs.OpenActivities.size();
}
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You should be querying the Task or Event object with WhatId as Case like below

SELECT count(id) FROM Task WHERE WhatId =: caseId AND IsClosed = False

SELECT count(id) FROM Event WHERE WhatId =: caseId AND IsClosed = False 

Hope it helps.

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