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Getting all weeks data of a month using inner join

I have the following query:

select distinct 
    v.DriverName,t.KM_W1,t.KM_W2,t.KM_W3,t.KM_W4,t.KM_W5,(t.KM_W1+t.KM_W2+t.KM_W3+t.KM_W4+t.KM_W5) Total
from 
    (select 
         DriverName,
         SUM( case when TodayDate >= '01-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '07-07-2018' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W1,
         SUM( case when TodayDate >= '07-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '14-07-2018' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W2,
         SUM( case when TodayDate >= '14-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '21-07-2018' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W3,
         SUM( case when TodayDate >= '21-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '28-07-2018' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W4,
         SUM( case when TodayDate >= '28-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '31-07-2018' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W5
     from 
         Traveling
     group by 
         DriverName) t 
inner join
    Traveling v on t.DriverName = v.DriverName
where 
    TodayDate >= '01-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '31-07-2018'

Above query explanation: I’m getting all weeks data PaidKM which driver gets in a whole month. The month for example starting date is 01-07-2018 and ending date is 31-07-2018 which covers whole month # 07. But when I change the month it gives me the same results all time.

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Above GIF’s query implementation: I have implemented this query in Java and when I change the month from combo box but back end query all time gives the result from all records instead of different month.

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Above image is the Traveling table in database.

How I can achieve the results when I change a different month? And how can I correct this query to work this?

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Answer

Your issue is that the comparisons are string based not date based. Days have the higher precedence than months, and months have higher precedence than years.

e.g. 31-01-1970 would be considered greater than 01-01-2018 as 31 is greater than 01.

You should consider using a recognised date format, which is directly sortable/comparable e.g. YYYY-MM-DD whenever working with/storing dates.

You may wish to consider looking at SQL As Understood By SQLite – Date And Time Functions – Time Strings.

You could convert the dates to be sortable/easily compared using

substr(datevalue,7,4)||substr(datevalue,3,4)||substr(datevalue,1,2)

e.g. instead of :-

SUM( case when TodayDate >= '01-07-2018' and TodayDate <= '07-07-2018' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W1, ....

you could use :-

SUM( case when substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-01' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-07' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W1, ....

The whole query could be :-

select distinct 
    v.DriverName,t.KM_W1,t.KM_W2,t.KM_W3,t.KM_W4,t.KM_W5,(t.KM_W1+t.KM_W2+t.KM_W3+t.KM_W4+t.KM_W5) Total
from 
    (select 
         DriverName,
         SUM( case when substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-01' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-07' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W1,
         SUM( case when substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-08' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-14' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W2,
         SUM( case when substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-15' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-21' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W3,
         SUM( case when substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-22' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-28' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W4,
         SUM( case when substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-29' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-31' then PaidKM else 0 end) KM_W5
     from 
         Traveling
     group by 
         DriverName) t 
inner join
    Traveling v on t.DriverName = v.DriverName
where 
    substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) >= '2018-07-01' and substr(TodayDate,7,4)||substr(Todaydate,3,4)||substr(Todaydate,1,2) <= '2018-07-31'
  • Note The above is in-principle code and has not been tested, it may therefore contain some errors.
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