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Posted Thursday, January 24, 2013 5:55 AM


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Definition of TB_TRACKING_ABV, TB_WORK_ORDER_AGVEN again with indexes please



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Posted Thursday, January 24, 2013 6:03 AM


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Post the query which is giving you performance problems dont keep changing the query.

Then from that query, post the definition of all tables used within that query along with all of their indexes.




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Posted Thursday, January 24, 2013 6:54 AM


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OK sorry, tommorow i will send direct this query, this is what i wrote second, because i founded after that we need the second.
Now i am not at work, tommorow at 7:00 i will send..




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Posted Friday, January 25, 2013 12:09 AM


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hello, so programmer solved this frozen with thread, but he said me it will be temporary solution if I tune the query, if its possile

so in attachment i add files like on your web, and inside the files are little notices for this


and I forgot. this query is in procedure.


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Posted Friday, January 25, 2013 2:05 AM


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No additional indexes on the tables?

Just primary keys?

Also provide your data in a consumable format, like you have with your tables

E.g.
INSERT INTO TB_WORK_ORDER_ABV VALUES ('dfewrgre','ggergerg','gregergher','gerhreher')





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Posted Friday, January 25, 2013 2:51 AM


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INSERT INTO [dbo].[TB_WORK_ORDER_AGVEN]
([ORDER_DATE]
,[COMMIT_NO]
,[BODY_NO]
,[STATION_ID]
,[DATA_TYPE]
,[CAR_CODE]
,[WO_SERIALNO]
,[EXT_COLOR]
,[INT_COLOR]
,[FSC_TDATA]
,[BODY_TYPE]
,[DRIVE_TYPE]
,[TRIM_LEVEL]
,[REPORT_DTIME]
,[RCV_TRID]
,[ERP_RCV_IFTIME]
,[PRT_BC_FLAG]
,[PRT_BC_TIME]
,[PRT_TROL_FLAG]
,[PRT_FEED_FLAG]
,[LOAD_FLAG]
,[LOAD_TIME]
,[INSP_FLAG]
,[PROD_FLAG]
,[PROD_SDATE]
,[PROD_ATIME]
,[ERP_PROD_IFTIME]
,[SHIP_FLAG]
,[SHIP_SDATE]
,[SHIP_ATIME]
,[ERP_SHIP_IFTIME]
,[ERP_SD_IFTIME]
,[ERP_DEL_IFTIME]
,[ORDER_DESC])
VALUES
(<ORDER_DATE, char(8),>
,<COMMIT_NO, char(4),>
,<BODY_NO, varchar(12),>
,<STATION_ID, char(4),>
,<DATA_TYPE, char(2),>
,<CAR_CODE, varchar(3),>
,<WO_SERIALNO, varchar(15),>
,<EXT_COLOR, char(3),>
,<INT_COLOR, char(3),>
,<FSC_TDATA, char(29),>
,<BODY_TYPE, char(10),>
,<DRIVE_TYPE, char(6),>
,<TRIM_LEVEL, char(10),>
,<REPORT_DTIME, varchar(14),>
,<RCV_TRID, numeric(10,0),>
,<ERP_RCV_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<PRT_BC_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PRT_BC_TIME, varchar(14),>
,<PRT_TROL_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PRT_FEED_FLAG, char(1),>
,<LOAD_FLAG, char(1),>
,<LOAD_TIME, varchar(14),>
,<INSP_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PROD_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PROD_SDATE, char(8),>
,<PROD_ATIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_PROD_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<SHIP_FLAG, char(1),>
,<SHIP_SDATE, char(8),>
,<SHIP_ATIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_SHIP_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_SD_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_DEL_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<ORDER_DESC, varchar(30),>)
GO
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Posted Friday, January 25, 2013 2:56 AM


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this ? or you mean the different format of cell in excel ?
i think that you dont need to use this data because from this table we use just 2column for compare if the order exist or no, so if doesnt exist or was canceled( column data type - SN-SD), if it was canceled i dont want select this you know. so you can edit one for SD .

Yes and one point to TRACKING TABLE

IF in Column COMMIT_NO and ORDER_NO is some value, its mean that station is working ( it appear after scan to program)
if isnt it will be in LAST_COMMIT_NO is not working- last finished sequence
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Posted Friday, January 25, 2013 2:59 AM


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tony28 (1/25/2013)
INSERT INTO [dbo].[TB_WORK_ORDER_AGVEN]
([ORDER_DATE]
,[COMMIT_NO]
,[BODY_NO]
,[STATION_ID]
,[DATA_TYPE]
,[CAR_CODE]
,[WO_SERIALNO]
,[EXT_COLOR]
,[INT_COLOR]
,[FSC_TDATA]
,[BODY_TYPE]
,[DRIVE_TYPE]
,[TRIM_LEVEL]
,[REPORT_DTIME]
,[RCV_TRID]
,[ERP_RCV_IFTIME]
,[PRT_BC_FLAG]
,[PRT_BC_TIME]
,[PRT_TROL_FLAG]
,[PRT_FEED_FLAG]
,[LOAD_FLAG]
,[LOAD_TIME]
,[INSP_FLAG]
,[PROD_FLAG]
,[PROD_SDATE]
,[PROD_ATIME]
,[ERP_PROD_IFTIME]
,[SHIP_FLAG]
,[SHIP_SDATE]
,[SHIP_ATIME]
,[ERP_SHIP_IFTIME]
,[ERP_SD_IFTIME]
,[ERP_DEL_IFTIME]
,[ORDER_DESC])
VALUES
(<ORDER_DATE, char(8),>
,<COMMIT_NO, char(4),>
,<BODY_NO, varchar(12),>
,<STATION_ID, char(4),>
,<DATA_TYPE, char(2),>
,<CAR_CODE, varchar(3),>
,<WO_SERIALNO, varchar(15),>
,<EXT_COLOR, char(3),>
,<INT_COLOR, char(3),>
,<FSC_TDATA, char(29),>
,<BODY_TYPE, char(10),>
,<DRIVE_TYPE, char(6),>
,<TRIM_LEVEL, char(10),>
,<REPORT_DTIME, varchar(14),>
,<RCV_TRID, numeric(10,0),>
,<ERP_RCV_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<PRT_BC_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PRT_BC_TIME, varchar(14),>
,<PRT_TROL_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PRT_FEED_FLAG, char(1),>
,<LOAD_FLAG, char(1),>
,<LOAD_TIME, varchar(14),>
,<INSP_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PROD_FLAG, char(1),>
,<PROD_SDATE, char(8),>
,<PROD_ATIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_PROD_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<SHIP_FLAG, char(1),>
,<SHIP_SDATE, char(8),>
,<SHIP_ATIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_SHIP_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_SD_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<ERP_DEL_IFTIME, varchar(14),>
,<ORDER_DESC, varchar(30),>)
GO


With the data from the excel sheet.

It should be many lines of INSERT statements

INSERT INTO table VALUE ('20120101','29443','354643',abcd.........................) etc etc etc for all tables




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Posted Friday, January 25, 2013 3:23 AM


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i think if you copy and paste to "Edit" table, it will appear in table no?

i copy data like this without insert .

Or how can i do this ?
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Posted Monday, January 28, 2013 9:29 PM


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hello,
please can you help me or is not possible ?

thank you for response
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