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gcresse (9/1/2011)
Oops. You are correct, I have a mistake in the spreadsheet calculations.

I forgot to mention in my original post that the product is liquid and stored in a tank. As new receipts come in, they are mixed with the current inventory, changing the overall ingredient percents, so that the next shipment must take into consideration the new percents.

I have been looking at Jeff Moden's article about Quirky Updates and wonder if somehow I can use that logic. The biggest issue I see is that I have multiple "running total" variables to keep track of (several ingredients for the same product) so I'm not sure if I can make it work. Has anyone used any variation of the Quirky Update that might work for this?


Thanks for the confirmation - The formulas in J7 and J8 are incorrect, consequently the figures in rows 10 and 11 are incorrect also. With that out of the way, here's a cursorless solution:

IF(OBJECT_ID('TempDB..#PreparedData') IS NOT NULL) DROP TABLE #PreparedData;

-- Prepare a temporary table which has everything we need in place to perform the calculation
;WITH ABC AS (
SELECT
NewKey = DENSE_RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY t.trnProductID ORDER BY t.trnProductID, t.trnTranDate, t.trnShipRecv),
t.trnKey,
t.trnTranDate,
t.trnProductID,
t.trnShipRecv,
t.trnTranQty,
t.trnTranUOM,
i.ingIngrientDesc,
recIngPct = CASE WHEN trnShipRecv = 'R' AND r.recIngPct IS NULL THEN 0 ELSE r.recIngPct END,
[Ingr Qty] = CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Ingr Pct] = CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(7,3)),
[Inventory Qty] = CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Inventory Pct] = CAST(NULL AS DECIMAL(7,3))
FROM Transactions t
INNER JOIN (
SELECT trnProductID, ingKey, ingIngrientDesc
FROM Transactions t
INNER JOIN Receipts r ON r.recTrnKey = t.trnKey
INNER JOIN Ingredients i ON i.ingKey = r.recIngKey
GROUP BY trnProductID, ingKey, ingIngrientDesc
) i ON i.trnProductID = t.trnProductID
LEFT JOIN Receipts r ON r.recTrnKey = t.trnKey AND i.ingKey = r.recIngKey
)
SELECT
seq = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY trnProductID, trnKey, ingIngrientDesc),
NewKey,
Batchkey = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(PARTITION BY trnProductID, trnKey ORDER BY ingIngrientDesc),
trnKey,
trnTranDate,
trnProductID,
trnShipRecv,
trnTranQty,
trnTranUOM,
ingIngrientDesc,
recIngPct,
[Inventory Qty] = CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN recIngPct/100.00000*trnTranQty ELSE NULL END,
[Inventory Pct] = CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN recIngPct ELSE NULL END,
[Ingr Qty] = CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN recIngPct/100.000*trnTranQty ELSE NULL END,
[Ingr Pct] = CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN recIngPct ELSE NULL END,
TotalVolume = CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN trnTranQty ELSE NULL END
INTO #PreparedData
FROM ABC
ORDER BY trnProductID, trnKey, ingIngrientDesc

-- put an index on this to make it faster:
CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX [CX_seq] ON #PreparedData (seq ASC)



-- run the calculation: the result is an output set.
;WITH Calculator AS (
SELECT
seq,
NewKey,
Batchkey,
trnKey,
trnTranDate,
trnProductID,
trnShipRecv,
trnTranQty,
trnTranUOM,
ingIngrientDesc,
recIngPct,
[Ingr Qty] = CAST([Ingr Qty] AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Ingr Pct] = CAST([Ingr Pct] AS DECIMAL(7,3)),
[Inventory Qty] = CAST([Inventory Qty] AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Inventory Pct] = CAST([Inventory Pct] AS DECIMAL(7,3)),
TotalVolume
FROM #PreparedData
WHERE seq IN (1,2,3) -- first 3 rows are first block for this product
UNION ALL
SELECT
tr.seq,
tr.NewKey,
tr.Batchkey,
tr.trnKey,
tr.trnTranDate,
tr.trnProductID,
tr.trnShipRecv,
tr.trnTranQty,
tr.trnTranUOM,
tr.ingIngrientDesc,
recIngPct = CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN tr.recIngPct
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN NULL --lr.[Inventory Pct]
END,
[Ingr Qty] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN tr.[Ingr Qty] -- first tran for ingredient
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN tr.trnTranQty*tr.recIngPct/100.00000
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN tr.trnTranQty*lr.[Inventory Pct]/100.00000
END AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Ingr Pct] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN tr.[Ingr Pct]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN tr.recIngPct
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN lr.[Inventory Pct]
END AS DECIMAL(7,3)),
[Inventory Qty] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN (tr.trnTranQty*tr.recIngPct/100.00000)
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN lr.[Inventory Qty]+(tr.trnTranQty*tr.recIngPct/100.00000)
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN lr.[Inventory Qty]+(tr.trnTranQty*lr.[Inventory Pct]/100.00000)
END AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Inventory Pct] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN tr.[Inventory Pct]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN 100.00000*(lr.[Inventory Qty]+(tr.trnTranQty*tr.recIngPct/100.00000)) / (tr.trnTranQty+lr.[TotalVolume])
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN lr.[Inventory Pct]
END AS DECIMAL(7,3)),
TotalVolume = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.NewKey = 1 AND tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN tr.trnTranQty
WHEN tr.NewKey > 1 THEN tr.trnTranQty+lr.[TotalVolume]
ELSE NULL END AS DECIMAL(18,5))
FROM #PreparedData tr -- this set of 3 rows
INNER JOIN Calculator lr -- last set of 3 rows
ON lr.seq+3 = tr.seq -- 3 rows at a time
) SELECT
[Date] = trnTranDate,
[Ship/Recv] = trnShipRecv,
[Product] = trnProductID,
[Tran Qty] = trnTranQty,
[UOM] = trnTranUOM,
[Ingredient] = ingIngrientDesc,
[Ingr Pct],
[Ingr Qty],
[Inventory Qty],
[Inventory Pct]
FROM Calculator ORDER BY seq

If this works ok on a decent set of sample data, then there's scope for altering it to run over different products.

You could do this with the QU if you pivoted the ingredient rows to columns.


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Posted Monday, September 5, 2011 10:06 AM


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Here's a mod which works across different products with different numbers of ingredients:

USE tempdb
GO
CREATE TABLE Transactions(
trnKey INTEGER NOT NULL,
trnTranDate DATETIME NOT NULL,
trnProductID INTEGER NOT NULL,
trnShipRecv CHAR(1) NOT NULL,
trnTranQty DECIMAL(18,5) NOT NULL,
trnTranUOM CHAR(2) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (trnKey)
)

CREATE TABLE Ingredients(
ingKey INTEGER NOT NULL,
ingIngrientDesc VARCHAR(20) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (ingKey)
)

CREATE TABLE Receipts(
recKey INTEGER NOT NULL,
recTrnKey INTEGER NOT NULL,
recIngKey INTEGER NOT NULL,
recIngPct DECIMAL(18,5) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (recKey)
)

INSERT INTO Ingredients(ingKey, ingIngrientDesc) SELECT 1,'Ingredient A'
INSERT INTO Ingredients(ingKey, ingIngrientDesc) SELECT 2,'Ingredient B'
INSERT INTO Ingredients(ingKey, ingIngrientDesc) SELECT 3,'Ingredient C'
INSERT INTO Ingredients(ingKey, ingIngrientDesc) SELECT 4,'Ingredient D'

INSERT INTO Transactions(trnKey, trnTranDate, trnProductID, trnShipRecv, trnTranQty, trnTranUOM)
SELECT 1, '1/1/2011', 123, 'R', 1000, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 2, '1/2/2011', 123, 'S', -100, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 3, '1/2/2011', 123, 'S', -200, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 4, '1/3/2011', 123, 'R', 500, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 5, '1/4/2011', 123, 'S', -100, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 6, '1/1/2011', 124, 'R', 100, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 7, '1/2/2011', 124, 'S', -50, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 8, '1/3/2011', 124, 'R', 100, 'GA' UNION ALL
SELECT 9, '1/4/2011', 124, 'S', -150, 'GA'

INSERT INTO Receipts(recKey, recTrnKey, recIngKey, recIngPct)
SELECT 1, 1, 1, 75 UNION ALL
SELECT 2, 1, 2, 25 UNION ALL
SELECT 3, 4, 1, 80 UNION ALL
SELECT 4, 4, 2, 10 UNION ALL
SELECT 5, 4, 3, 10 UNION ALL
SELECT 6, 6, 1, 78 UNION ALL
SELECT 7, 6, 2, 22 UNION ALL
SELECT 8, 8, 1, 80 UNION ALL
SELECT 9, 8, 2, 10 UNION ALL
SELECT 10, 8, 3, 5 UNION ALL
SELECT 11, 8, 4, 5;

IF(OBJECT_ID('TempDB..#PreparedData') IS NOT NULL) DROP TABLE #PreparedData;

-- Prepare a temporary table which has everything we need in place to perform the calculation
;WITH ABC AS (
SELECT
seq = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY t.trnProductID, t.trnKey, ingIngrientDesc),
NewKey = DENSE_RANK() OVER (PARTITION BY t.trnProductID ORDER BY t.trnProductID, t.trnTranDate, t.trnShipRecv),
ingCount = COUNT(*) OVER(PARTITION BY t.trnProductID, t.trnKey),
t.trnKey,
t.trnTranDate,
t.trnProductID,
t.trnShipRecv,
t.trnTranQty,
t.trnTranUOM,
i.ingIngrientDesc,
r.recIngPct
FROM Transactions t
INNER JOIN (
SELECT trnProductID, ingKey, ingIngrientDesc
FROM Transactions t
INNER JOIN Receipts r ON r.recTrnKey = t.trnKey
INNER JOIN Ingredients i ON i.ingKey = r.recIngKey
GROUP BY trnProductID, ingKey, ingIngrientDesc
) i ON i.trnProductID = t.trnProductID
LEFT JOIN Receipts r ON r.recTrnKey = t.trnKey AND i.ingKey = r.recIngKey
)
SELECT
seq,
NewKey,
ingCount,
trnKey,
trnTranDate,
trnProductID,
trnShipRecv,
trnTranQty,
trnTranUOM,
ingIngrientDesc,
recIngPct = CASE WHEN trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN ISNULL(recIngPct,0) END,
[Ingr Qty] = CAST(CASE WHEN trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN ISNULL(trnTranQty*recIngPct,0)/100.00000 END AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Ingr Pct] = CAST(CASE WHEN trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN ISNULL(recIngPct,0) END AS DECIMAL(9,5)),
[Inventory Qty] = CAST(CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN ISNULL(trnTranQty*recIngPct,0)/100.00000 ELSE NULL END AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Inventory Pct] = CAST(CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN ISNULL(recIngPct,0) ELSE NULL END AS DECIMAL(9,5)),
TotalVolume = CASE WHEN NewKey = 1 THEN trnTranQty ELSE NULL END
INTO #PreparedData
FROM ABC
ORDER BY trnProductID, trnKey, ingIngrientDesc

-- This index is required for sensible performance
CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX [CX_seq] ON #PreparedData (seq ASC)


--SELECT * FROM #PreparedData -- 31 rows

-- run the calculation: the result is an output set.
;WITH Calculator AS (
SELECT
seq, NewKey, ingCount, trnKey, trnTranDate, trnProductID,
trnShipRecv, trnTranQty, trnTranUOM, ingIngrientDesc, recIngPct,
[Ingr Qty],
[Ingr Pct],
[Inventory Qty],
[Inventory Pct],
TotalVolume
FROM #PreparedData
WHERE trnKey = 1 -- seq IN (1,2,3) -- first 3 rows are first block for this product
UNION ALL
SELECT
tr.seq, tr.NewKey, tr.ingCount, tr.trnKey, tr.trnTranDate, tr.trnProductID,
tr.trnShipRecv, tr.trnTranQty, tr.trnTranUOM, tr.ingIngrientDesc, tr.recIngPct,
[Ingr Qty] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN tr.[Ingr Qty]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN tr.trnTranQty*lr.[Inventory Pct]/100.00000
END AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Ingr Pct] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN tr.[Ingr Pct]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN lr.[Inventory Pct]
END AS DECIMAL(9,5)),
[Inventory Qty] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN tr.[Ingr Qty]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN lr.[Inventory Qty]+tr.[Ingr Qty]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN lr.[Inventory Qty]+(tr.trnTranQty*lr.[Inventory Pct]/100.00000)
END AS DECIMAL(18,5)),
[Inventory Pct] = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN tr.[Inventory Pct]
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' THEN 100.00000*(lr.[Inventory Qty]+tr.[Ingr Qty]) / (tr.trnTranQty+lr.[TotalVolume])
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'S' THEN lr.[Inventory Pct]
END AS DECIMAL(9,5)),
TotalVolume = CAST(CASE
WHEN tr.trnShipRecv = 'R' AND tr.NewKey = 1 THEN tr.trnTranQty
ELSE tr.trnTranQty+lr.[TotalVolume]
END AS DECIMAL(18,5))
FROM #PreparedData tr -- this set
INNER JOIN Calculator lr -- last set
ON lr.seq + tr.ingCount = tr.seq -- n rows at a time, where n = max number of ingredients for this product
) SELECT
[Date] = trnTranDate,
[Ship/Recv] = trnShipRecv,
[Product] = trnProductID,
[Tran Qty] = trnTranQty,
[UOM] = trnTranUOM,
[Ingredient]= ingIngrientDesc,
[Ingr Pct],
[Ingr Qty],
[Inventory Qty],
[Inventory Pct]
FROM Calculator
WHERE [Ingr Qty] <> 0
ORDER BY seq

-- About 3000 rows/s


DROP TABLE Receipts
DROP TABLE Transactions
DROP TABLE Ingredients




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ChrisM,

This works fantastic with the test data! Thanks for your efforts. Now I will see if I can make it work with my actual tables.

I had actually thought of using the Quirky Update with a pivot table as you had mentioned so that is still a Plan B option.

Thanks, again.
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Celko,

Do you have Denali or plans to move to it? DB2? Oracle? A stronger SQL product? The reason I ask is that SQL with the [ROW | RANGE] subclause and it makes this sort of thing much easier.


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gcresse (9/6/2011)
ChrisM,

This works fantastic with the test data! Thanks for your efforts. Now I will see if I can make it work with my actual tables.

I had actually thought of using the Quirky Update with a pivot table as you had mentioned so that is still a Plan B option.

Thanks, again.


Thanks for the feedback.

The QU method is well worth a try - it's generally about 5 or 6 times faster to run than a rCTE. The rCTE is quicker and easier to code up and test, but once done and the logic is tested and sound, the same logic can be transposed quite easily to a QU.


“Write the query the simplest way. If through testing it becomes clear that the performance is inadequate, consider alternative query forms.” - Gail Shaw

For fast, accurate and documented assistance in answering your questions, please read this article.
Understanding and using APPLY, (I) and (II) Paul White
Hidden RBAR: Triangular Joins / The "Numbers" or "Tally" Table: What it is and how it replaces a loop Jeff Moden
Exploring Recursive CTEs by Example Dwain Camps
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