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SQL – Flag rows till 0 value of each group

I am calculating a running balance and want to flag all rows till 0 value to have ‘MATCHED’ flag else ‘NOT-MATCHED’ flag with respect to account ID. Here is what I have tried but didn’t got proper result: Answer We can use a sub-query to find the last acct_rank which is 0 and then use case to test each row.

Changing In to Exists in SQL – with DISTINCT

Having this one: Reading this one: Changing IN to EXISTS in SQL Tried to change it into “Exists”, but produced this and it did not work: The error is 3706: Syntax error: expected something between ‘=’ and ‘DISTINCT’ keyword. Answer You have already redundant code. Inside the IN subquery you are selecting a column from ORGHEADER, so the LEFT join

How to get data from sub-table?

i have “transaction” table and it has date_of_transaction, transaction_number, item_number columns. it has rows. also i have “item” sub-table. they linked with “item_number”. there are item_name and item_category columns for “item” table. i want to print rows with item_name and transaction_number. how can i make it? Answer

Excluding same type of transactions within 3 seconds

For example, a table is like below Type Time Stamp Result 1 2021-06-25 14:21:00 A 1 2021-06-25 14:21:03 B 1 2021-06-25 14:21:06 C 1 2021-06-25 14:23:00 D 2 2021-06-25 14:21:02 C 2 2021-06-25 14:21:06 C 2 2021-06-25 14:21:09 D 3 2021-06-25 14:21:06 E And the result I want is as below. If there are a series of transactions with the

Break ranges into rows Teradata

I have an input like this: I would link to break each range into rows: I’m trying to get this output in TERADATA, can you guys help me? Thanks a lot. Answer Teradata’s proprietary EXPAND ON syntax is for creating time series, but can used for your task, too. Assuming TD16.20+ this can be further simplified using a time series