SELECT dbo.TechphonesCalibQA.ID, dbo.TechphonesCalibQA.EmpID, dbo.TechphonesCalibQA.EmpName, dbo.TechphonesCalibQA.[Level], CASE dbo.TechphonesCalibQA.G_Branded WHEN dbo.TechphonesCalibClient.G_Branded THEN 1 ELSE 0 END AS G_Branded FROM dbo.TechPhonesCalibClient INNER JOIN dbo.TechphonesCalibQA ON dbo.TechPhonesCalibClient.SesID = dbo.TechphonesCalibQA.SesID
I would like to get the average of column G_branded (Result from the above formula) Any idea?
Actually i posted this problem earlier , hoping that i got the result , did not look in depth untill i realized the values i got was getting was wrong.
The Scenario is still the same.
3 MTD should be the past two completed months as well as the dates in the current month as well. So taking the example above Ė if the reporting period for Feb was 01/30/2007 to 02/27/2007, and March was 02/28/2007 to 03/27/2007, the 3 MTD should then be the average from 01/30/2007 to 04/10/2007.
I am creating a Calculated Member as measure.
Basically if i select the average on 76th day of the year, it should basically be the average of 76th Day ( well offcourse whould ignore the empty cells )
For Example the result set should be very similar , It is basically doing MTD
Running balance is basically adding up , where as 3 month to date average should be average of 3 month previous average
suppose today is 75th day , so it should be average of 30days(1st Month ) + 31days(2nd month)+ 14days(of this month)
The problem i have here is which i am coming close to conclusion
When i use month level it gives me average of month level , the result on month level is fine. But my requirment is to have it on date level. but how do i have rolling average of 3 month in a date level, if i do a date level with 90 days lag which is not correct which is average of 90 days from current day.
AVG([Tbl Date Key].[Report Hirerachy].CurrentMember.Lag(2):[Tbl Date Key].[Report Hirerachy].CurrentMember,[Measures].[Ab1_Avg]
When i drill down to date level , which would be assumed
AVG([Tbl Date Key].[Report Hirerachy].date.Lag(2):[Tbl Date Key].[Report Hirerachy].date,[Measures].[Ab1_Avg]
its doing a lag on 3 days lag as appose to , I need the lag on 3 months on a day which would be 90 days
should i be doing a lag on days.
The problem at 90 days lag would be every it would lag 90 days average , but what i am looking for it is when it is on the middle of the month it should be
suppose today is 15th day of month, so it should be average of 30days(1st Month ) + 31days(2nd month)+ 14days(of this month)
I work for a school district and new requirement we were just given for scoring some student scores.
Everything will currently be in one table to keep track of students test scores for various things. This table will contain students information and a student will be shown more than once in the table. The Student ID is what we will key off of to find the multiple instances of the student. The table contains the following columns: studentName, StudentId, teacherName, focus1, controllingIdeas1, reading1, development1, organization1, conventions1, and contentUnderstanding1. All of the columns with a 1 at the end will be numeric values with possible decimal values.
What we need to be able to do is some how perform a search for these multiple entries of each student and when found, average the 2 scores for each 7 test categories. The result needs to be a single line for each student that gives the student name, student id, and the 7 test category averages exported to an csv file.
Hi,I'm am looking for a little help. I need to create a SQL view whichjoins a few tables, and I need to return an average for a particularcolumn where a second duplicate ID exists...Heres an example of how the results could be returned...ID | Name | Order No. | Value---+------+-----------+---------5 | test | 1234 | 35 | test2| 1234 | 45 | test3| 1234 | 35 | void | 1235 | 55 | void2| 1235 | 65 | void3| 1235 | 55 | void4| 1235 | 7ID is my main join which joins the tablesName is a unique nameOrder No is the same for the different names, I only need to return onerow with this order no, and the first name (the rest are irrelevant)Value is the field which I wish to return as an average of all 3, 4 orhowever many rows is returned and share the same order no. This iswhere I get totally lost as I am pretty new to SQL. Can anyone provideany help on how I would go about limiting this query to the uniqueorder no's and returning the average of the value field, and I can takeit from there with my own tables.Thanks for your helpstr8
I have a business need to create a report¬†by query data from a¬†MS¬†SQL 2008 database and display the result¬†to the users on a web page.¬†The¬†report¬†initially¬†has¬†6 columns¬†of data and 2 out of 6¬†have JSON data so the users request to have those 2 JSON columns parse into 15 additional columns (first JSON column has 8 key/value pairs and the second JSON column has 7 key/value pairs). Here what I have done so far:
I found a table value function (fnSplitJson2) from this link [URL]. Using this function I can parse a column of¬†JSON data into a table. So when I use the function above against the first column (with JSON data) in my query (with CROSS APPLY) I got the right data back the but¬†I got 8 additional rows of each of the row in my table. The reason for this side effect is because the function returned a table of 8 row (8 key/value pairs) for each json string data that it parsed.
1. First question: How do I modify my current query (see below) so that¬†for¬†each row¬†in my table i got back one row with¬†19 columns.
SELECT A.ITEM1,A.ITEM2,A.ITEM3,A.ITEM4, B.* FROM PRODUCT A CROSS APPLY fnSplitJson2(A.ITEM5,NULL) B
If updated my query (see below)¬†and call the function twice within the CROSS APPLY clause I got this error: "The multi-part identifier "A.ITEM6" could be be bound.
2. My second question: How to i get around this error?
SELECT A.ITEM1,A.ITEM2,A.ITEM3,A.ITEM4, B.*, C.* FROM PRODUCT A CROSS APPLY fnSplitJson2(A.ITEM5,NULL) B, ¬†fnSplitJson2(A.ITEM6,NULL) C
I am using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 version. Windows 7 desktop.
Calculation of¬†an average using DAX' AVERAGE and AVERAGEX.This is the manual calculation in DW, using SQL.In the tabular project (we're i've noticed that these 4 %'s are in itself strange), in a 1st moment i've noticed that i would have to divide by 100 to get the same values as in the DW, so i've used AVERAGEX:
The results were, respectively: 701,68; 2120,60...; -669,441;¬†and ¬†finally **-694,74** for Avg_FMPdollar.i can't understand the difference to SQL calculation, since calculations are similar to the other ones. After that i've tried:
test:=SUM([_FMPdollar])/countrows('Fct Sales') AND the value was EQUAL to SQL: -672,17 test2:=AVERAGE('Fct Sales'[_Frontend Margin Percent ACY]), and here, without dividing by 100 in the end, -696,74...
So, AVERAGE and AVERAGEX have a diferent behaviour¬†from the SUM divided by COUNTROWS, and even more strange, test2 doesn't need the division by 100 to be similar to AVERAGEX result.
I even calculated the number of blanks and number of zeros on each column, could it be a difference on the denominator (so, a division by a diferente number of rows), but they are equal on each row.
I am facing a problem in writing the stored procedure for multiple search criteria.
I am trying to write the query in the Procedure as follows
Select * from Car where Price=@Price1 or Price=@price2 or Price=@price=3 and where Manufacture=@Manufacture1 or Manufacture=@Manufacture2 or Manufacture=@Manufacture3 and where Model=@Model1 or Model=@Model2 or Model=@Model3 and where City=@City1 or City=@City2 or City=@City3
I am Not sure of the query but am trying to get the list of cars that are to be filtered based on the user input.
I concatenate multiple rows from one table in multiple columns like this:
--Create Table CREATE TABLE [Person].[Person_1]( [BusinessEntityID] [int] NOT NULL, [PersonType] [nchar](2) NOT NULL, [FirstName] [varchar](100) NOT NULL, CONSTRAINT [PK_Person_BusinessEntityID_1] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
This works very well, but I want to concatenate more rows with different [PersonType]-Values in different columns and I don't like the overhead, of using the same table in every subquery ([Person_1]). Is there a more elegant way to do this, without using a temp table or something else?
I am rather new to reporting on SQL Server 2005 so please be patient with me.
I need to create a report that will generate system information for a server, the issue im having is that the table I am having to gather the information from seems to only allow me to pull off data from only one row.
For example,. Each row contains a different system part (I.e. RAM) this would be represented by an identifier (1), but I to list each system part as a column in a report
The table (System Info) looks like:-
ID | System part | 1 | RAM 2 | Disk Drive 10| CPU 11| CD ROM |
So basically I need it to look like this.
Name | IP | RAM | Disk Drive| ---------------------------------------------- A | 127.0.0.1 | 512MB | Floppy
So Far my SQL code looks like this for 1 item SELECT SYSTEM PART FROM System Info WHERE System.ID = 1
How would I go about displaying the other system parts as columns with info
I have created a single FULLTEXT on col2 & col3. suppose i want to search col2='engine' and col3='toyota' i write query as
TBL INNER JOIN
CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col2,'engine') TBL1 ON
TBL.col1=TBL1.[key] INNER JOIN
CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col3,'toyota') TBL2 ON
Every thing works well if database is small. But now i have 20 million records in my database. Taking an exmaple there are 5million record with col2='engine' and only 1 record with col3='toyota', it take substantial time to find 1 record.
I was thinking this i can address this issue if i merge both columns in a Single column, but i cannot figure out what format i save it in single column that i can use query to extract correct information. for e.g.; i was thinking to concatinate both fields like col4= ABengineBA + ABBToyotaBBA and in search i use SELECT
TBL INNER JOIN
CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col4,' "ABengineBA" AND "ABBToyotaBBA"') TBL1 ON
TBL.col1=TBL1.[key] Result = 1 row
But it don't work in following scenario col4= ABengineBA + ABBCorola ToyotaBBA
TBL INNER JOIN
CONTAINSTABLE(TBL,col4,' "ABengineBA" AND "ABB*ToyotaBBA"') TBL1 ON
Result=0 Row Any idea how i can write second query to get result?
I want to search in fulltextindexes for multiple searchterms in multiple columns. The difficulty is: I don't want only the records with columns that contains both searchterms. I also want the records of which one column contains one of the searchterm ans another column contains one of the searchterms.
For example I search for NETWORK and PERFORMANCE in two columns. Jobdescr_________________________|Jobtext Bad NETWORK PERFORMANCE________|Slow NETWORK browsing in Windows XP Bad application PERFORMANCE_______|Because of slow NETWORK browsing, the application runs slow.
I only get the first record because JobDescr contains both searchterms I don't get the second record because none of the columns contains both searchterms
I managed to find a workaround:
SELECT T3.jobid, T3.jobdescr FROM (SELECT jobid FROM dba.job WHERE contains(jobdescr, 'network*') or CONTAINS(jobtext, 'network*') ) T1 INNER JOIN (SELECT jobid FROM dba.job WHERE contains(jobdescr, 'performance*') or CONTAINS(jobtext, 'performance*')) T2 ON T2.Jobid = T1.Jobid INNER JOIN (SELECT jobid, jobdescr FROM dba.job) T3 ON T3.Jobid = T1.Jobid OR T3.Jobid = T2.JobId It works but i guess this will result in a heavy database load when the number of searchterms and columns will increase.
I previously posted a problem with result set bindings but I have not been able to resolve my problem. I guess all this comes with being new to programming in this environment! Anyway, I am trying to figure out how to process from an ADO.NET connection multiple rows with multiple columns. I have to read and manipulate each row. I was originally looking at using a foreach loop but have not been able to get it to work. One reply to my previous thought I should be using a data task to accomplish this. Could someone tell me the best way to handle this situation? As a note, I am new to programming in SSIS and basically trying to learn it as I go so please bear with me! Thanks in advance!
I want to compare two columns in the same table called start date and end date for one clientId.if clientId is having continuous refenceid and sartdate and enddate of reference that I don't need any caseopendate but if clientID has new reference id and it's start date is not continuous to its previous reference id then I need to set that start date as caseopendate.
I have a temp_max column and a temp_min column with data for every day for 60 years. I want the average temp for jan of yr1 through yr60, averaged... I.E. the avg temp for Jan of yr1 is 20 and the avg temp for Jan of yr2 is 30, then the overall average is 25. The complexity lies within calculating a daily average by month, THEN a yearly average by month, in one statement. ?confused?
Here's the original query. accept platformId CHAR format a6 prompt 'Enter Platform Id (capital letters in ''): '
SELECT name, country_cd from weather_station where platformId=&&platformId;
SELECT to_char(datetime,'MM') as MO, max(temp_max) as max_T, round(avg((temp_max+temp_min)/2),2) as avg_T, min(temp_min) as min_temTp, count(unique(to_char(datetime, 'yyyy'))) as TOTAL_YEARS FROM daily WHERE platformId=&&platformId and platformId = platformId and platformId = platformId and datetime=datetime and datetime=datetime GROUP BY to_char(datetime,'MM') ORDER BY to_char(datetime,'MM');
Is there a way to delete from multiple tables/views a column with a specificname? For example, a database has 50 tables and 25 views all have a columnnamed ColumnA. Is it possible to write a simple script that will deleteevery column named ColumnA from the database?Seems to be it would be possible and I can somewhat vision it usingsysobjects but without wanting to spend too much time generating the script(when I could in shorter time manually delete) thought I'd pose the question.Thanks.
For this id: 0793319, my beginning date is 2011-09-06
108203492014-09-022015-06-30 208203492013-09-032014-09-01 308203492012-09-042013-09-02 408203492011-12-122012-07-03--not a continuous date range
For this id: 0793319, my beginning date is 2012-09-04
For this id: 0820349, my beginning date is 2014-09-02
To find continuous date, you look at the beginning date in row 1 and end date in row 2, then if no break in dates, row 2 beginning date to row 3 end date, if no break continue until last date There could multiple dates up to 12 which I have to check for "no break" in dates, if break, display beginning date of last continuous date.
So I have been trying to get mySQL query to work for a large database that I have. I have (lets say) two tables Table_One and Table_Two. Table_One has three columns: Type, Animal and TestID and Table_Two has 2 columns Test_Name and Test_ID. Example with values is below:
This should be my final table. The approach I am currently using is to make multiple instances of Table_One and using joins to form this final table. So the column Bird, Reptile, Mammal and Fish all come from a different copy of Table_one.
Select Test_Name AS 'Test_Name', Table_Bird.Animal AS 'Birds', Table_Mammal.Animal AS 'Mammal', Table_Reptile.Animal AS 'Reptile, Table_Fish.Animal AS 'Fish' From Table_One
The problem with this query is it only works when all entries for Birds, Mammals, Reptiles and Fish have some value. If one field is empty as for Test_Two or Test_Three, it doesn't return that record. I used Or instead of And in the WHERE clause but that didn't work as well.
TRANAMT being the amount paid & TOTBAL being the balance due per the NAMEID & RMPROPID specified.The other table includes a breakdown of the total balance, in a manner of speaking, by charge code (thru a SUM(OPENAMT) query of DISTINCT CHGCODE
Also with a remaining balance (per CHGCODE) column. Any alternative solution that would effectively split the TABLE1.TRANAMT up into the respective TABLE2.CHGCODE balances? Either way, I can't figure out how to word the queries.
Can I write a having statement for multiple columns? Here's my situation: I want to select duplicates from a table based off of 3 fields:Normally one would use HAVING COUNT(*) > 1however, I need to INSERT INTO my table based on duplicates of the 3 fields but also insert the key from the first table, ie:insert into #TempTable (key, field1, field2, field3)select key, field1, field2, field3 from Table1 order by field1, field2, field3 Having COUNT(field1)>1 and COUNT(field2)>1 and COUNT(field3)>1 My question is this: Will this having statement compare all three fields of this row to all three fields of the other rows, or does it do each column independantly?for example:row 1: a b g row 2: a c k row 3: j c k These rows aren't the same, even though there are 2 a's, I want it to look at the entire row, and not return all three of these.