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Posted Monday, December 16, 2013 11:46 PM
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Hi

Hope that the forum members are doing fine.I would require some help with probably what I feel is "Join". The scenario is as per below

1. Activity table -which has eventid,activityID and statuscode.
2. ActivtyAck table - which has activityid, ackcomments
3. Acitivtyfixed - which has activityid,fixcomments,fixtime
4.Activitycomplete - which has activityid,completecomments,completetime

Once the event is acknowledged it creates an activityid,Each time an event is being fixed it creates activityid, similarly each time an event is being complete it creates an activityid and the comments for each of the fixes and completed are captured in their respective tables.

For eg. Event 102 initially when acknowledged say it creates an activityid 1,when fixing it creates activityid 2 and when completing it creates 3. All the basic information will be held in activity table as shown below

Activity Table
Event ActivityID StatusCode
102 1 D
102 2 F
102 3 F
102 4 C
103 10 D
103 11 C

ActivityAck
ActivityID AckComments AckTime
1 acknowledged 07:30
10 acknowledged 10:02

ActivityFix
ActivityID AckFixComment AckFixTime
2 on site to check 08:45
3 issue with part 09:30

ActivityComplete
ActivityID AckCompleteComment AckCompleteTime
3 issue resolved 10:13
11 changed bulb 12:09

I would like to know whether i could get a report as

EventID,AckFixComment,AckFixtime,AckCompleteComment,AckCompleteTime
102 ,issue with part ,09:30,issue resolved,10:13
103,NULL,NULL,changed bulb,12:09

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks
Liju
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Posted Tuesday, December 17, 2013 7:21 AM


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Yes it sounds like you need to join your tables together. What have you tried so far?


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Posted Tuesday, December 17, 2013 10:44 AM
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Just a piece of advice: Always its a good practice if you can post the code for creating objects and data. That way, it will be easy for every one as we all do not have to create the objects and the data you are referring to.

Try this:
Select A.eventid, B.ackcomments,C.fixtime,D.completecomments, D.completetime
From Activity A
JOIN ActivtyAck B
ON A.activityID = B.activityID
JOIN Acitivtyfixed C
ON A.activityID= C.activityID
JOIN Activitycomplete D
ON A.activityID= D.activityID
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