Calculating Percentages And Showing In Separate Columns
Aug 31, 2013
SELECT DISTINCT CASE WHEN SM.SERVICE_TYPE_N = 1 THEN 'LABORATORY'
WHEN SM.SERVICE_TYPE_N = 2 THEN 'PODIATRY'
WHEN SM.SERVICE_TYPE_N = 3 THEN 'ADMINISTRATION'
WHEN SM.SERVICE_TYPE_N = 4 THEN 'DIET'
WHEN SM.SERVICE_TYPE_N = 5 THEN 'DENTAL'
In the above query i need to calculate 100%,30% and percentage other than 100 and 30 and show them in separate columns how to do that?
WHERE AND BM.CONCESSION_AMOUNT_M=BM.BILL_AMOUNT_M * 0.30
3) ROUND(SUM(BM.CONCESSION_AMOUNT_M),2)AS [OTHER_CONCESSION_PERCENT]
WHERE BM.CONCESSION_AMOUNT_M between BM.BILL_AMOUNT_M*0.001 and BM.BILL_AMOUNT_M*0.299
OR BM.CONCESSION_AMOUNT_M between BM.BILL_AMOUNT_M*0.301 and BM.BILL_AMOUNT_M*0.999
I have two tables that look like this (below). One tells me the name of my product, the Amazon Category it is in & the amount that I want to sell it for. The other tells me the Category & the fee for that category. So far so good. Though it gets tricky in the sense that some categories have two tiers. So in Electronics, the fee for $0.00 - $100.00 is 15%. But from $100 and up it is 8%.
Since it has two columns & both of the new columns pertain to the fee of my product, I can't figure out how to use both at once. For my $599.99 example it would be ($100 * 0.15) + ($499.99 * 0.08) = $55.00. Would I pivot the data? If not, how would I group it to be considered together?
I have query which retrieves multiple column vary from 5 to 15 based on input parameter passed.I am using table to map all this column.If column is not retrieved in the dataset(I am not talking abt Null data but column is completely missing) then I want to hide it in my report.
I'm working on a database for a financial client and part of what i need to do is calculate a value from two separate rows in the same table and insert the result in the same table as a new row. I have a way of doing so but i consider it to be extremely inelegant and i'm hoping there's a better way of doing it. A description of the existing database schema (which i have control over) will help in explaining the problem:
id metric_id metric_type_id metric_name 1 80 2 Fiscal Enterprise Value Historic Year 1 2 81 2 Fiscal Enterprise Value Current Fiscal Year 3 82 2 Fiscal Enterprise value Forward Fiscal year 1 4 83 2 Fiscal Enterprise Value Forward Fiscal Year 2 5 101 3 Calendar Enterprise value Historic Year 1 6 102 3 Calendar Enterprise Value Current Fiscal Year 5 103 3 Calendar Enterprise value Forward Year 1 6 104 3 Calendar Enterprise Value Forward Year 2
Table Name: metric_type_details
id metric_type_id metric_type_name 1 1 Raw 2 2 Fiscal 3 3 Calendar 4 4 Calculated
The problem scenario is the following: Because a certain number of the securities have a fiscal year end that is different to the calendar end in addition to having fiscal data (such as fiscal enterprise value and fiscal earnings etc...) for each security i also need to store calendarised data. What this means is that if security with security_id = 3 has a fiscal year end of October then using rows with ids = 1, 2, 3 and 4 from the metrics_ladder table i need to calculate metrics with metric_id = 83, 84, 85 and 86 (as described in the metric_details table) and insert the following 4 new records into metrics_ladder:
Metric with metric_id = 101 (Calendar Enterprise value Historic Year 1) will be calculated by taking 10/12 of the value for metric_id 80 plus 2/12 of the value for metric_id 81.
Similarly, metric_id 102 will be equal to 10/12 of the value for metric_id 81 plus 2/12 of the value for metric_id 82,
metric_id 103 will be equal to 10/12 of the value for metric_id 82 plus 2/12 of the value for metric_id 83 and finally
metric_id 104 will be NULL (determined by business requirements as there is no data for forward year 3 to use).
As i could think of no better way of doing this (and hence the reason for this thread) I am currently achieving this by pivoting the relevant data from the metrics_ladder so that the required data for each security is in one row, storing the result in a new column then unpivoting again to store the result in the metrics_ladder table. So the above data in nmetrics_ladder becomes:
-- Dummy year variable to make it easier to use MONTH() function -- to convert 3 letter month to number. i.e. JAN -> 1, DEC -> 12 etc... DECLARE @DUMMY_YEAR VARCHAR(4) SET @DUMMY_YEAR = 1900;
with temp(security_id, metric_id, value) as ( select ml.security_id, ml.metric_id, ml.value from metrics_ladder ml where ml.metric_id in (80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,etc...) -- only consider securities with fiscal year end not equal to december and ml.security_id in (select security_id from company_details where fiscal_year_end <> 'dec') ) insert into @calendar_averages select temppivot.security_id -- Net Income ,(CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR))/12*) +((12 - CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR)))/12*) as  ,(CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR))/12*) +((12 - CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR)))/12*) as  ,(CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR))/12*) +((12 - CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR)))/12*) as  ,NULL as  -- Share Holders Equity ,(CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR))/12*) +((12 - CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR)))/12*) as  ,(CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR))/12*) +((12 - CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR)))/12*) as  ,(CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR))/12*) +((12 - CONVERT(DECIMAL, MONTH(cd.fiscal_year_end + @DUMMY_YEAR)))/12*) as  ,NULL as  -- Capex -- Sales -- Accounts payable etc... .. .. from temp pivot ( sum(value) for metric_id in (,,,,,,,,,etc...) ) as temppivot inner join company_details cd on temppivot.security_id = cd.security_id
********* END SQL *********
The result then needs to be unpivoted and stored in metrics_ladder.
And FINALLY, the question! Is there a more elegant way of achieving this??? I have complete control over the database schema so if creating mapping tables or anything along those lines would help it is possible. Also, is SQL not really suited for such operations and would it therefore be better done in C#/VB.NET.
I am new to SQL I have a problem that I canít solve. I have a column with Surname and name (SMITH, James) in one table with data I just need to separate in two columns in one Surname in the other one Name I know how to unite two columns using substrings but not to separate in two columns.
We have the below query that pulls benefit ids for employees but it will show each benefit on a separate row but we would like to have just one rows for the employee and columns for each of the benefits.
I am trying to take the results of a query and re-orient them into separate columns.
select distinct W_SUMMARYDETAILS.FACILITY_ID, W_SUMMARYDETAILS.REPORTING_YEAR, (2011 - 2014, I want these years broken out into columns for each year) W_SUMMARYDETAILS.FACILITY_NAME, W_DEF_SUMMARYDETAILS.REPORTING_PERIOD (2011 - 2013, I want these years broken out into columns for each year) From W_SUMMARYDETAILS full outer join W_DEF_SUMMARYDETAILS on W_SUMMARYDETAILS.FACILITY_ID=W_DEF_SUMMARYDETAILS.FACILITY_ID and W_SUMMARYDETAILS.REPORTING_YEAR=W_DEF_SUMMARYDETAILS.REPORTING_PERIOD
As of now the query puts all the years into a single column -- one for DEF_SUMMARY and another for SUMMARY.
I am looking to create 7 additional columns for all the individual years in the results instead of just two columns.
I have the following 2 Sql queries. They both are rowcounts of the same column but based on different criteria. What I want to do is return the two results side by side in separate columns: -- Subscriptions since Sept. 24th SELECT count(*) FROM SiteMemberTable103 s(nolock) JOIN clientmembertable25 c(nolock) ON s.memberid = c.memberid WHERE site_firstjoindate is not null and c.clientunsubscribe = 0 and c.validemailaddr = 1 and s.unsubscribe = 0
-- Subscriptions in February SELECT count(*) FROM SiteMemberTable103 s(nolock) JOIN clientmembertable25 c(nolock) ON s.memberid = c.memberid WHERE site_firstjoindate BETWEEN '2006-02-01 00:00:00.000' AND '2006-03-01 00:00:00.000' AND c.clientunsubscribe = 0 AND c.validemailaddr = 1 AND s.unsubscribe = 0
It seems like a UNION ALL should work but it just returns the results in one column. I tried changing the count by specifying a different column for each but that doesn't work either. I also tried writing it as one query and using alias to differentiate the two tables but that just gives me syntax errors. I suspect there is a more elegant way to do this but I'm at a loss. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Any idea why I cannot see (in Enterprise Manager) all the coulmns of a selected table? All I get is * all columns - not each one, meaning I cannot select individual columns in my new view. Could it be the version? I am running SQL 7.0 SP1
TransactionsImport (which is the destination table) TransactionsImportDelta
I need to do the following:
Get the records with the latest date and time in the destination table TransactionsImport Get the records with the latest date and time in the destination table TransactionsImportDelta table Insert the records from the TransactionsImportDelta table into TransactionsImport that have a greater date & time than the current records in TransactionsImport table.
Problem is date & time are in separate columns:
Date Time ID 2011121305154107142201008300100 2011121305154122B1L13ZY0000A07YD 2011121304504735142201090002600 2011121304504737142201095008300 2011121304504737142201090002600
I have a matrix report that I am using with MonthName(Fields!Month.Value) across the top of the report. However, when there is no data under the column, the month is skipped. So, for example, I get this:
If you see below there are 2 customer names on 1 loan, most of them share the same lastname and address, I want to separate it with fields,LoanID, customer 1 Firstname, Customer 1 Lastname, Customer 2 FirstName, Customer 2 Lastname, Adddress,zip
Given the attached report, is there an easy way of calculating the difference between the Today and QTR Start column? Because of the Account Group, the report looks like the sample shown on the second image.
i created a layout in visual studio 2005 with the proper dimensions to print on an Avery 5160 label sheet (3 labels across and 10 down)
in the Body properties, i set Columns to 3, ColumnSpacing to 0.125", and Size 2.625" (W) & 1" (H).
i created a list table with a text box of the same dimension as the Size in the Body.
the thing is when i go to preview the report in visual studio, it just shows all the data but only in one column, but if i click the Print Layout button, it shows all 3 columns, then when i print it, it works! so i assumed that this was just the way visual studio handled the data. no big deal...
the problem is when i upload this to the reporting services on our local intranet and run it from the reporting services, it shows only one column (the left most only) and prints that way too; it's almost like i need a Print Layout button on the reporting services (which there isn't one).
is there something that i need to set so that it will print in 3-column form from the reporting services so people can print on label sheets?
i hope this makes sense. also, i tested this on the same printer just to make sure it wasn't hardware.
In my current database design, there is one table (PState) which has a Primary Key (int) and a few other fields.
During development, a pattern started to arise; for certain rows in PState, I wanted to specify an additional set of columns (over 10 of them with quite large lengths) for each row in PState. However, as these additional columns would only be required in approximately 20% of the rows of PState, there would be plenty of NULL values in PState if I would make this table wider than necessary. So, I decided to create a separate table with those optional columns (PStateWFI). In order to attach these additional columns in PStateWFI to PState in the cases they were needed, I would obviously have to create a Foreign Key constraint on the Primary Key of PStateWFI so that these optional rows would know which row in PState they would belong to.
However, the problem with this approach is that one could define multiple rows in PStateWFI referring to the same row in PState, which would not make sense. Thus, a UNIQUE index constraint added to the constrained ID column in PStateWFI would make sense to ensure that there could only be one set of optional columns added to each row in PState. But now, when adding the UNIQUE index, the FK constraint started to appear as a bidirectional key link in the Diagram; hence, new entries in PState would have to meet a FK constraint based on PStateWFI, which was not intended.
Hence, I had to create a quite awkward design to enforce the constraints:
1. The PState table has a Primary Key (PState.ParticleID, int, Identity Specification: Yes) 2. The PStateWFI table has a Primary Key (PstateWFIID, int, Identity Specification: Yes) 3. PStateWFI has field "PStateID" which has a FK constraint to PState.ParticleID (which is a one-way constraint operating in the correct way and does not constrain insertions in PState) 4. PStateWFI has an additional column ParticleIDIndex which has a UNIQUE Index attached to it. 5. There is a check constraint on PStateWFI enforcing PStateWFI.ParticleIDIndex = PStateWFI.ParticleID.
Although this structure does the job, it makes it necessary to add a redundant column in PStateWFI by duplicating the PStateWFI.ParticleID into PStateWFI.ParticleIDIndex, since I can't create a UNIQUE index on PStateWFI.ParticleID without constraining the PState table as well. So, insertions into this table would have to insert the same value into two columns. Not a big deal, but appears slightly ugly.
Basically I'd hope someone could explain why a bidirectional FK constraint has to be enforced on the primary key table in a relationship when the constrained column in the primary key table has a UNIQUE index attached on it. I have a few other cases where the above approach would benefit from a more clear structure.