I am trying to build a association table (t2) to store a list of users have viewed an item in my records table (t1). My goal is to send the UserID parameter to the query and return to the user a read / not read marker from the query so I can handle the read ones differently in my .net code. The problem is that I cannot work out how to return anything but the read data to the client. So far my stored proc looks like this
DECLARE @UserID AS Int -- FOR TESTING SET @UserID = 219 -- FOR TESTING
SELECT t1.strTitle, t1.MemoID, Count(t2.UserID) AS ReadCount,t2.UserID
FROM t1 LEFT OUTER JOIN t2 ON t1.MemoID = t2.MemoID
WHERE t2.UserID = @UserID
GROUP BY t1.MemoID, t1.strTitle,t2.UserID
It works fine but only returns those records from t1 that are read. I need to return the records with null values also! I may have built the assoc table wrong and would really appreciate some pointers on what I am doing wrong. (assoc table has rID, MemoID and UserID columns)
select sq.*, p.numero, p.nombre from paf p right outer join dbo.GetListOfSquaresForShippingLot(@lot) sq on sq.number = p.numero and sq.version = p.numero
The @lot parameter is declared at the top ( declare @lot int; set @lot = 1; ). GetListOfSquaresForShippingLot is a CLR TVF coded in C#. The TVF queries a XML field in the database and returns nodes as rows, and this is completed with information from a table.
If I run a query with the TVF only, it returns data; but if I try to join the TVF with a table, it returns empty, even when I'm expecting matches. I thought the problem was the data from the TVF was been streamed and that's why it could not be joined with the data from the table.
I tried to solve that problem by creating a T-SQL multiline TVF that is supposed to generate a temporary table. This didn't fix the problem.
What can I do? Does anybody know if I can force the TVF to render its data somewhere so the JOIN works? I was thinking a rowset function could help, but I just can't figure out how.
Let me know if you want the code for the CLR TVF. This is the code for the T-SQL TVF:
CREATE FUNCTION [dbo].[GetTabListOfSquaresForShippingLot] ( @ShippingLot int ) RETURNS @result TABLE ( Number int, Version int, Position smallint, SubModel smallint, Quantity smallint, SquareId nvarchar(5), ParentSquareId nvarchar(5), IsSash smallint, IsGlazingBead smallint, Width float, Height float, GlassNumber smallint, GlassWidth float, GlassHeight float ) AS BEGIN INSERT INTO @result SELECT * FROM dbo.GetListOfSquaresForShippingLot(@ShippingLot)
SELECT R.name, R.age,R.DOB, ISNULL(D.Doc1,'NA') AS doc1, ISNULL(C.Doc2,'NA') AS doc2 FROM REQ R inner join RES S ON R.Request_Id=S.Request_Id inner join RES1 D ON D.Response_Id=S.Response_Id inner join REQ1 C ON C.Request_Id=R.Request_Id
select * from RES1 where Response_Id = 111 -- return 3 select * from REQ1 where Request_Id = 222 --- returns 2
So at last inner join retuns 3*2 = 6 records , which is wrong here and i want to show 3 records in doc1 row and 2 records in doc 2 rows ...
I am struggling with the below join block in my stored procedure. I can't seem to get the duplicate row problem to go away. It seems that SQL is treating each new instance of an email address as reason to create a new row despite the UNIONs. I understand that if I am using UNION, using DISTINCT is redundant and will not solve the duplicate row problem.
Primary Keys: none of the email address columns are primary keys. Each table has an incrementing ID column that serves as the primary key.
I am guessing I am encountering this problem because of how I have structured my Join statements? Is it possible to offer advice without a deeper understanding of my data model or do you need more information?
Thanks for any tips.
select emailAddress from Users union select user_name from PersonalPhotos union select email_address from EditProfile union select email_address from SavedSearches union select distinct email_address from UserPrecedence union select email_address from LastLogin) drv Left Join Users tab1 on (drv.emailAddress = tab1.emailAddress) Inner Join UserPrecedence tab5 on tab5.UserID=tab1.UserID Left Join PersonalPhotos tab2 on (drv.emailAddress = tab2.user_name) Left Join LastLogin tab4 on (drv.emailAddress = tab4.email_address) Left Join EditProfile tab3 on (drv.emailAddress = tab3.email_address) Left Join SavedSearches tab6 on (drv.emailAddress = tab6.email_address
I have a query that based 2 tables. I wrote a query with a left join on the base table but the result set returns multiple rows for each occurrence in the second table because of the left join. I want but to return all records from on table A and only matching records from table B which id but I would wan tit to keep return them vertically as the because it make it difficult to read when put in a spreadsheet. It want it to return the values horizontally so the rows are not increasing for each occurrence on table b.
I am using SLQ Server 2008 R2. The database was designed by another company.
I have two tables: Client and Client_Location. In the Client table the pk is Client_ID. There is also a unique key: sys_Client_ID. Both the Client_ID and the sys_Client_ID fields exist as a foreign keys in the Client_Location table. However, the fields are not noted as unique in the Client_Location table. There are two fields in the Client_Location table that determine when the address was effective. They are from_dt and end_dt.
Multiple records have been loaded into the Client_Location table to track old as well as current addresses of clients.
I'm trying to run a report that will pull clients with a plan_id constraint from the Client table and join the Client_Location table to retrieve the current address of these clients.
My SQL is:
select distinct (a.client_id), a.cli_last AS Last_Name, a.cli_first AS First_Name, a.cli_middle AS Mid_Init, b.city AS City, b.county AS County, b.state AS State from ECBH.dbo.tbl_Client a inner join ECBH.dbo.tbl_Client_Location b on a.client_id = b.client_id inner join ECBH.dbo.tbl_client_insurance c on a.client_id = c.client_id inner join ECBH_TEST.dbo.tbl_GEF_County d on b.county = d.COUNTY_NAME where c.plan_id = 4 order by a.cli_last, a.cli_first
Because multiple records exist in the Client_Location table, the result set has duplicates. How can I pull only the results where the from_dt is most recent?
I have 4 tables (SqlServer2000/2005). In the select query, I have FULL JOINED all the four tables A,B,C,D as I want all the data. The result is as sorted by DDATE desc:- AID BID BNAME DDATE DAUTHOR 1 1 abcxyz 2008-01-20 23:42:21.610 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 1 abcxyz 2008-01-20 23:41:52.970 email@example.com 1 2 xyzabc 2008-01-21 00:17:14.360 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 2 xyzabc 2008-01-20 23:43:17.110 email@example.com 1 2 xyzabc 2008-01-20 23:42:43.937 firstname.lastname@example.org 1 2 xyzabc NULL NULL 2 3 pqrlmn NULL NULL 2 4 cdefgh NULL NULL Now, I want unique rows from the above result set like :- AID BID BNAME DDATE DAUTHOR 1 1 abcxyz 2008-01-20 23:42:21.610 email@example.com 1 2 xyzabc 2008-01-21 00:17:14.360 firstname.lastname@example.org 2 3 pqrlmn NULL NULL 2 4 cdefgh NULL NULL I want to remove the duplicate rows and show only the unique rows but contains all the data from the first table A. I have to bind this result set to a nested GridView.
The following is my table whereby i have joined projects table with issue table (this is 1 to many relationship).
I have the following query: SELECT odf.mbb_sector sectorid,
SUM(case when odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_appl' then 1 else 0 end) total_appl, SUM(case when odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_infrastructure' then 1 else 0 end) total_infra, SUM(case when odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_eval' then 1 else 0 end) total_eval, SUM(case when odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_subproject' then 1 else 0 end) total_subprj, SUM(case when odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_nonit' then 1 else 0 end) total_nonit, SUM(case when odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_adhocrptdataextract' or odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_productionproblem' or odf.mbb_projecttype = 'lkp_val_maintwoprogchange' then 1 else 0 end) total_others, COUNT(distinct prj.prid) total_prj
FROM PRJ_PROJECTS AS PRJ, SRM_PROJECTS AS SRM, ODF_CA_PROJECT AS ODF
LEFT JOIN RIM_RISKS_AND_ISSUES AS RRI ON RRI.pk_id = odf.id
WHERE prj.prid = srm.id AND srm.id = odf.id AND srm.is_active =1 AND odf.mbb_projecttype not in ('lkp_val_budget','lkp_val_itpc') AND odf.mbb_funcunit = 'lkp_val_operation'
GROUP BY odf.mbb_sector which returns me the following result : .
The problem is at the lkp_val_infosystem where it returns 3 instead of 1 in the total_infra column. How do I correct my case stmt to return the correct no of projects breakdown by different project type? Currently, only the total_prj which returns correct data.
I have my SQL call: SELECT CallLog.CallID, Journal.HEATSeqFROM CallLog INNER JOIN Journal ON CallLog.CallID = Journal.CallID There are multiple enteries in the Journal table for every entry in the CallLog table, so I receive multiple records: CallID HEATSeq00000164 983290904 00000164 983291548 00000164 983295209 00000231 984818271 00000231 985194317 00000231 985280248 I only want to return the LAST record in the Journal table, so the output will be: CallID HEATSeq00000164 983295209 00000231 985280248 Can this be done directly in the SQL call?
Dear Gurus,I have table with following entriesTable name = CustomerName Weight------------ -----------Sanjeev 85Sanjeev 75Rajeev 80Rajeev 45Sandy 35Sandy 30Harry 15Harry 45I need a output as followName Weight------------ -----------Sanjeev 85Rajeev 80Sandy 30Harry 45ORName Weight------------ -----------Sanjeev 75Rajeev 45Sandy 35Harry 15i.e. only distinct Name should display with only one value of Weight.I tried with 'group by' on Name column but it shows me all rows.Could anyone help me for above.Thanking in Advance.RegardsSanjeevJoin Bytes!
Hi,I trying to write a select statement that will return each of my salesmen a region code based on a table of post codes using wildcards... eg.MK1 1AA would be matched in the region code table to MK1%SELECT dn.DEALER_CODE, dn.NAME AS DNAME, rc.REGION_ID,rc.POST_CODE, dn.POSTAL_CODEFROM REGIONAL_CODES rc CROSS JOINDEALER_NAW dnWHERE (dn.POSTAL_CODE LIKE rc.POST_CODE)The above statement works BUT there are some post code areas such asour friends in Milton Keynes that are split into two regions... eg MK1is region id 2 and MK10 is region 3.So a dealer with post code MK10 1AA would be matched to both rowsreturning duplicatesPOST_CODE REGION_IDMK1% 2MK10% 3I think the answer would lie in a subquery which returns the ID of theregion with the longest length of the postcode match (e.g.len(POST_CODE) for the rc table... return only the MAX....any ideas????Any help muchos appreciated, and I apologies now for the naming of thedealers name as a reserve word... not me!Ct
I have a query which is returning a different result set when it is run against identical tables in 2 different environments.
The query is like:
Select F.LicenseeID, IsSpecialLicensee from FactTable F left join View_SpecialLicensee SL on F.LicenseeID = SL.LicenseeID
The Create Statement for the view is like
Create View [dbo].[View_SpecialLicensee] as Select LicenseeID, LicenseeName, IsSpecialLicensee = 1 from DimensionLicensee where LicenseeName like '%ibm%' or LicenseeName like '%cisco%' or LicenseeName like '%hp%'
In my test environment, I get the query result I expected: LicenseeID, IsSpecialLicensee 1 , 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'IBM') 2, null - (where LicenseeName = 'Juniper') 3, 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'Cisco') 4, null - (where LicenseeName = 'Microsoft') 5, null - (where LicenseeName = 'Oracle') 6, null - (where LicenseeName = 'Apple')
In my production environment, I get the following query result: 1 , 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'IBM') 2, 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'Juniper') 3, 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'Cisco') 4, 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'Microsoft') 5, 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'Oracle') 6, 1 - (where LicenseeName = 'Apple')
Ideas as to what changed gratefully received.
FYI the production environment which returned the 2nd dataset is SQL2000, I have got the result I expected in both SQL2000 and SQL2005 development environments.
I have a query that returns material(items) that are used in an event on a certain day.
SELECT C.categoryName, count(I.itemID) AS InMission from items as I RIGHT JOIN Categories AS C on I.categoryID = C.categoryID INNER JOIN LinkMissionItem as LM on I.itemID = LM.itemID INNER JOIN Missions as M on LM.missionID = M.MissionID where '2015/12/19' BETWEEN M.freightLeave and M.freightReturn AND isReturned = 0 GROUP BY C.categoryName, C.categoryID ORDER BY C.categoryID
There are a total of 20 categories and I would like all the categories listed in the result even though there are no items booked in a mission. At the moment, I can only get the categories that have items in that category booked in a mission. I hoped that the RIGHT JOIN on the categories table would do the trick but it doesn't.
Good day, I just like to ask if anybody has experienced getting empty rows from SQL data adapter? I'm using SQL Server 2005. Problem is when the sql is run on Query Analyzer it retrieves a number of rows but when used in my application it returns 0 or empty rows. I thought the connection is not the problem since I got my columns right. Below is my code snippet. Thanks! const string COMMAND_TEXT = @"select distinct somefield as matchcode, count(somefield) " + "as recordcount from filteredaccount where StateCode = 0 group by somefield having count(somefield) > 1"; SqlDataAdapter adapter = new SqlDataAdapter(COMMAND_TEXT, connection); DataTable dt = new DataTable(sometablename); adapter.Fill(dt);
Hi everyone: I guess this should be a simple question but have not been able to find the answer, does anyone know how to make a SQL Sentence to return at least one row when counting? SELECT COUNT(Id_Field), Field2 FROM Table1 WHERE Code_Field = 1 GROUP BY Field2 This will return 0 rows when the where criteria is not matched by any record on the Table1, but I would like to have one row counting 0 rows, in stead it returns no rows at all. Thanks for any help.
I maintain a simple employment (job) tracking web application.
Jobs can be set to 5 different statuses: Open, Closed, Filled, Pending, or Cancelled.
There is a table in the database called statusLog, which records everytime a job is set to opened, or set to closed, etc. It records the job number, the date it was changed, and what the job was changed to.
Here is a short example of what a few entries might look like:
What I need to do is write an SQL query that will return to me all entries in this table, between two certain dates, that ONLY have entries during those dates.
Basically I need to know how many "new" jobs were set to open during a month. I can easily just do a count of how many jobs were set to open, but this will not give a count of "new" jobs.
Example: during june a job could be set to open. Then in july it could be set to pending. Then in august, it could be re-opened, and set to open.
If I ran this query for the month of August, it would return that job as being opened in august. But it wasn't a new job, meaning it had already been in the system in previous months.
Is there some way I can select all "Open" jobs, between a certain date, that do not exist anywhere in the table previous to the date it was entered? This would give me a result set containing only new jobs.
The only way I've thought of yet is to get a result set of all jobs simply set to open during a month, then one by one for each record, go back and run another SQL query to see if it exists in the table anywhere other than in that month.
This seems horribly inefficient to me however, as I do not want to be doing 34,000 independent SQL calls for every single "open" job it finds during a certain month.
Without systemAdmin role, xp_AvailableMedia can still run (after granting execute permission) but just return 0 rows.
It seems we have to give the user SystemAdmin role, in order to get the list of devices in SQL 2005, while in previous versions of SQL Server, the user granted the execute permission for xp_AvailableMedia will be able to get the list of devices.
Is this be design? Is there any way the a NON-SA user can retrieve device list? If yes, what extra permissions do we have grant?
I'm pretty new to .NET and am looking for advice on how to speed up a simple stored procedure that returns 35,000 plus rows. It's a super simple query that returns a client list. It's just that there is soooooo many rows, it's super slow when the page loads.
Summary * The fetch next statement returns multiple rows when using a dynamic cursor on the sys.dm_db_partition_stats. * As far as I know a fetch-next-statement always returns a single row? * Using a static cursor works as aspected. * Works on production OLTP as well as on a local SQL server instance.
Now the Skript to reproduce the whole thing.
create database objects
-- create the partition function create partition function fnTestPartition01( smallint ) as range right for values ( 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 , 9, 10 ) ;
Why does the fetch statement return more than 1 row? It returns the whole result of the select-statement. When using a STATIC cursors instead I get the first row of the cursor as I would expect. Selecting a "normal" user table using a dynamic cursor I get the first row only, again as expected.
I have a simple query that joins a largeish fact table (3 million rows) to a view that returns 120 rows. The SKEY in the view is returned via a scalar function. The view returns instantly if queried on it's own however when joined to the fact table in the simple query below results in a query execution plan that runs forever. Interestingly if I change the INNER JOIN to a LEFT OUTER JOIN the query returns the matched results almost instantly.
Select Dimension.Age_Band.[10_Year_Age_Band], Count(*) From Fact.APC_Episodes Inner Join Dimension.Age_Band ON Fact.APC_Episodes.AGE_BAND_SKEY = Age_Band.AGE_BAND_SKEY Group By Dimension.Age_Band.[10_Year_Age_Band]
I know joining to a view using a column generated by a scalar function is not a good recipe for performance. I also know that I could fix this by populating a physical table with the view first as I have already tested this though I hoping not to have to go down that route.
Why a LEFT OUTER JOIN works and not an INNER JOIN or anyway I can get the query optimizer to generate an execution plan that works?
i have 2 tables not connected in any way but both have orderid filed (same filed). In one table this filed (and onther one) are keys, the second table dose not hace a key at all. The same order_id CAN repeat itself in each table. When i try to join the tables (some rows just in one table and some in both): Select tab1.name, tab1.orderid, tab2.sku from tab1 inner join tab2 on tab1.orderid=tab2.orderid The result i get is duplicate. each row is multiple. What I'm doing wrong?
select a.[Cuno], [doc_type], [Doc_name] from [assembly] a left join [assembly_Doc] doc ON a.id = doc.assembly_id left join [assembly_Recog] re ON a.id = re.assembly_id where [activate] =1 and doc.doc_type = 1
I only have two records for doc_type =1 in the [assembly_Doc] table. Without joining the third table [assembly_Recog], the results is corrected, 2 records returned. I need to join with [assembly_Recog] table, but when it joined, I got the duplicate records. It listed twice. pls see the results below:
I only want to UniqIds that only have the CODE of ABC... and if it contains ANYTHING other than ABC then It doesnt return that UniqID... Now keep in mind there's multiple different codes.. I'm just looking for a bit of code that drops any ID's that don't have my criteria.
I'm running SQL Server 2008 Feb08 CTP and I've got a tablix with column groupings and row groupings which works nicely, I'm a becomming a big fan of the tablix.
However sometimes the filter I have on a column group returns no records and the whole column group disappears. Is there any way to make this column appear with but with empty cells as I have another tablix down the page with the same columns and I want the columns to all line up on the multiple tablix.
In Version 2005 I used to achieve the equivalent of a column group within a table by adding a list with filter to the cell, this meant the column always was shown, the tablix allows does this much more elegantly but I'll have to go back to the old method if I can't make the column remain.
I had a problem before of not been able to find the rows with 0 values. I've now managed this although it's brought up duplicate rows due to the discounts been different on the same Mfr_part_number. I tried using the max function on the isnull (Exhibit_Discount.Discount, 0.00) AS Discount instead but to no success. i think i maybe something to do with PK keys not been used in the set-up of the database.
Use Sales_Builder Go SELECT DISTINCT GBPriceList.[Mfr_Part_Num],
comparing UNIQUEIDENTIFIER columns..This query returns several rows where the [ReportId] and [LastRunDate] columns are both NULL:
SELECT [c].[Name],[c].[ItemID],[xl].[ReportID] , MAX([TimeStart]) [LastRunDate] FROM [dbo].[Catalog] [c] LEFT JOIN [dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] [xl] on [c].[ItemID] = [xl].[ReportID] WHERE [c].[Type] NOT IN (1,5) -- Not a folder or a data source! group by [c].[Name],[c].[ItemID],[xl].[ReportID] order by 4
However, trying to just list catalog reports with no execution history returns 0 rows, but I'm expecting it to return a row for every NULL [ReportId] from the above query:
SELECT * FROM [dbo].[Catalog] WHERE [Type] NOT IN (1,5) -- Not a folder or a data source! AND [ItemID] NOT IN (SELECT [ReportID] FROM [dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage])
I even tried casting [ItemId] and [ReportId] columns in the 2nd query to VARCHAR(255), and still got no rows, but the following queries return 0 rows and 1 row (respectively).
select * from [dbo].[ExecutionLogStorage] where [ReportID] = '0BB2209C-7736-46C8-AD02-4614EBA4F0F1' select * from [dbo].[Catalog] where [ItemID] = '0BB2209C-7736-46C8-AD02-4614EBA4F0F1'