There are two tables testmaster and testdetail. If the value of Price for a particular ID in testdetail is more than the threshold value defined in testmaster, the output should have a new column with value as 'High Value', if the value is less than the threshold the new output should be 'Low Value' other wise 'Ignore'
Example: for ID=3, threshold is defined as 40% in testmaster table, but on 11/12/2015 the new price is 100 which 100% more than the previous value, so the status is High Value as shown below.
ID Date Price Status 1 11/12/2015 100 Low Value
2 11/12/2015 160 Ignore 3 11/12/2015 100 High Value
create table testmaster ( ID int, Threshold int ) create table testdetail ( ID int, Date varchar(20), Price float )
I need help writing a query that will subtract the values of 2 rows from the same column to display in the result set. Some background information: a table has a sales column that keeps track of sales by the minute, but this is done in a cumulative manner, i.e, sales at row 3(minute 3) = sales recorded @ minute 2 plus sales @ minute 3. Therefor to get the actual sale at min 3, i would have subtract value at row 2 from row 3. make sense? it sounds very easy but I am having a hard time refering back to the previous row and am dealing with more than 1000 rows. i thought about doing a self join on the table but could not get it to do what i want. would appreciate any help i can get. thanks
I am novice to intermediate writer of T-SQL. Here is my current Query:
SELECT [FISCALYEAR], [ACCTPERIOD], SUM([ACTIVITYDEBIT]) AS TrialBalanceDebit, [POSTINGTYPE] FROM [dbo].[TB_Lookup] WHERE [POSTINGTYPE]='Profit & Loss' GROUP BY [FISCALYEAR],[ACCTPERIOD], [POSTINGTYPE] ORDER BY acctperiod ASCand this is what is produces.
FISCALYEARACCTPERIODTrialBalanceDebitPOSTINGTYPE 2014 201401 282361372.13000 Profit & Loss 2014 201402 227246272.86000 Profit & Loss 2014 201403 315489534.33000 Profit & Loss 2014 201404 287423793.76150 Profit & Loss 2014 201405 256521290.76000 Profit & Loss 2014 201406 65582951.30000 Profit & Loss
Now I need a way to add another field that takes the TrialBalanceDebit from current ACCTPERIOD and adds it to the Previous ACCTPERIOD TrialBalanceDebit.
I would like to set the start time of the next row to be equal to the previous row time + duration. I know the start time of each group of 'Items' when the 'Sequence' number = 1. The last 'duration' value in the group would be ignored.
My current code returns account_number with multiple start_date regardless of the value is same or not. However, I would like to get only the account number when the value on start_date is different within same account_number.
select acct_number count(start_date) from table_A group by acct_number, start_date having(count(start_date) > 1)
I have to compare the previous row with current row in a table in SQL Server 2000. Please help me how to do this in a optimized way. Table contains nearly 30 columns and rows count is more than 10 digits.
what am I doing wrong here? I can multipley * 1.25, but not -1.25. Every google entry I find is how to convert positive to negative numbers... I want to use update to multiply and lower the price by 25% (I used the function a bit to liberally to multiply by 125% and now want to bring the values down to earth)
update production.product set listprice = (listprice * -1.25) select max(listprice) from production.product
I have a table with score info for each group, and the table also contains historical data, I need to get the ranking for the current week and previous week, here is what I did and the result is apparently wrong:
select CurRank = row_number() OVER (ORDER BY cr.CurScore desc) , cr.group_name,cr.CurScore , lastWeek.PreRank, lastWeek.group_name,lastWeek.PreScore from (select group_name, Avg(case when datediff(day, asAtDate, getdate()) <= 7 then sumscore else 0 end) as CurScore
The query consists two parts: from current week and previous week respectively. Each part returns correct result, the final merged result is wrong.
I use the following sql in a view to return the last payment date and amount made by clients. What I need is a way to return the payment date and amount for the payment prior to the last one. Any help is appreciated very much, SELECT dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.Client_ID, dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.PaymentDate AS LastPayDate, SUM(dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.AmountPaid) AS LastPayAmtFROM dbo.tblPaymentReceipts INNER JOIN (SELECT Client_ID, MAX(PaymentDate) AS LastPayDate FROM dbo.tblPaymentReceipts AS tblPaymentReceipts_1 GROUP BY Client_ID) AS A ON dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.Client_ID = A.Client_ID AND dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.PaymentDate = A.LastPayDateGROUP BY dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.Client_ID, dbo.tblPaymentReceipts.PaymentDate
I'm storing records that contain a date/time data type. I am needing two links on a reports page (asp), the first should return all records for the current month and the second link should return all records for the last three months (including current month). I have no idea how to just sort by month.
I'm also not sure what to include here in this post to help you answer my question. On the form that is submitted initially the text field is named "txtSubmitDate" and in the database it's stored in a field called "submitdate" and is 8 characters in length.
I've tried: 'SELECT TODAY'S MONTH SqlJunk = "SELECT * FROM eom WHERE MONTH(submitdate) = MONTH(GETDATE())-1"
'SELECT TODAY'S MONTH and the last 2 months SqlJunk2 = "SELECT * FROM eom WHERE MONTH(submitdate) = MONTH(GETDATE()) OR MONTH(submitdate) = MONTH(GETDATE())-1 OR MONTH(submitdate) = MONTH(GETDATE())-2 ORDER BY submitdate ASC"
These are not working because it can't handle the change in year (going from january 2005 back to december 2004, etc).
12/1/07 What i'm trying to do is return a result with total charges from 3 months previous based on a date parameter or just as a whole for that matter. For example:
If my date parameter is 6/14/07, i'd like my total charges to be 15 (6+5+4). If my date parameter is 7/10/07, the charges would be 18 (7+6+5)
I hope that makes sense of where i'm going with this. I've played with this using the "Guru's Guide" solution by Ken Henderson, but still to no avail yet. Here's his code syntax:
SELECT a.DayCount, a.Sales, SUM(b.Sales) FROM Sales a CROSS JOIN Sales b WHERE (b.DayCount <= a.DayCount) AS RunningTotal GROUP BY a.DayCount,a.Sales ORDER BY a.DayCount,a.Sales Here is the result set i'm looking for:
12/1/07 Each date's charges are a culmination of 3 months worth of charges.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'll be trying to figure this one out concurrently and if i do, i'll post back!
We are trying to compare our current calendar week (based on Monday being the first day of the week) with the previous calendar week.
I'm trying to produce a line chart with 2 axis:
- x axis; the day of the week (Mon, Tues, Wed etc - it is fine for this to be a # rather than text e.g. 1 = Mon, 2 = Tues etc) - y axis; the cumulative number of orders
The chart needs two series:
Previous Week. The running count of orders placed that week. Current Week. The running count of orders placed this week.
Obviously in such a chart the 'Current Week' series is going not going to have values along the whole axis until the end of the week. This is expected and the aim of the chart is to see the current week compares against the previous week for the same day.
I have two tables:
Orders TableCalendar Table
The calendar table's main date column is [calDate] and there are columns for the usual [calWeekNum], [calMonth] etc.
My measure for counting orders is simply; # Orders: = countrows[orders].
How do I take this measure and then work out my two series. I have tried numerous things such as adapting TOTALMTD(), following articles such as these:
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But I have had no luck. The standard cumulative formulas do work e.g. if I wanted a MTD or YTD table I would be ok, it's just adjusting to a WTD that is causing me big issues.
HiI want to write a function that can return a sum for a given daterange. The same function should be able to return the sum for the sameperiod year before.Let me give an example:The Table LedgerTrans consist among other of the follwing fieldsAccountNum (Varchar)TransdateAmountMST (Real)The sample data could be1111, 01-01-2005, 100 USD1111, 18-01-2005, 125 USD1111, 15-03-2005, 50 USD1111,27-06-2005, 500 USD1111,02-01-2006, 250 USD1111,23-02-2006,12 USDIf the current day is 16. march 2006 I would like to have a functionwhich called twice could retrive the values.Previus period (for TransDate >= 01-01-2005 AND TransDate <=16-03-2005) = 275 USDCurrent period (for TransDate >= 01-01-2006 AND TransDate <=16-03-2006) = 262 USDThe function should be called with the AccountNum and current date(GetDate() ?) and f.ex. 0 or 1 for this year / previous year.How can I create a function that dynamically can do this ?I have tried f.ex. calling the function with@ThisYear as GetDate()SET @DateStart = datepart(d,0) + '-' + datepart(m,0) +'-'+datepart(y,@ThisYear)But the value for @dateStart is something like 12-07-1905 so thisdon't work.I Would appreciate any help on this.BR / Jan
I am trying to pick up the customers invoiced twice or more within a month. In the case below Pepsi Cola and Jack Daniel were invoiced twice in October. The query need to pickup the previous month, se being in October I need to pick up the invoice of September.
I have a scenario to compare previous records based on each ID columns. For each ID, there would be few records, I have a column called "compare", We have to compare all Compare 1 records with Compare 0 Records. If Dt is lesser or equal to comparing DT, then show 0. Else 1
We always only one Compare 0 records in my table, so all compare 1 columns will compare with only one row per ID
My tables look like
Declare @tab1 table (ID Varchar(3), Dt Date, Compare Int) Insert Into @tab1 values ('101','2015-07-01',0) Insert Into @tab1 values ('101','2015-07-02',1) Insert Into @tab1 values ('101','2015-07-03',1) Insert Into @tab1 values ('101','2015-07-01',1) Insert Into @tab1 values ('101','2015-06-30',1)
Insert Into @tab1 values ('102','2015-07-01',0) Insert Into @tab1 values ('102','2015-07-02',1) Insert Into @tab1 values ('102','2015-07-01',1)
select * from @tab1
1.) In the above scenario for ID = '101', we have 5 records, first record has Compare value 0, which mean all other 4 records need to compare with this record only
2.) If Compare 1 record's Dt is less or equal to Compare 0's DT, then show 0 in next column
3.) If Compare 1 record's Dt is greater than Compare 0's DT, then show 1 in next column
I have simple query that works fine if I write it every time. I want to get this one time group by each year and week ending. here us the query:
Select count(distinct ID) from table1 where year<=2015 and WeekEnding<='05/09'
Select count(distinct ID) from table1 where year<=2015 and WeekEnding<='05/16'
Select count(distinct ID) from table1 where year<=2015 and WeekEnding<='05/23'
How can I get the count for each week year and each week ending? Weekending 05/16 will include ID's from weekending 05/09 as well and week ending 05/23 will include all the ID's from 05/16 and 05/09 and so on...