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Select all data where one condition is met


Select all data where one condition is met

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Below is some sample data. I want to SELECT all Stat's where an ID exists with a StatDate in AppRec >= 2012-12-01. So the result should be:

ID Stat StatDate
1 AppRec 2012-12-01
2 AppCom 2012-12-02

Note: ID 3 shouldn't get returned because although his "AppCom" Stat is after 2012-12-01, his "AppRec" wasn't. Also note that I need to return all statuses (both AppRec and AppCom in this case). So a WHERE Stat = 'AppRec" doesn't work. Any help is appreciated!

/*Create the table*/
CREATE TABLE Apps
(
ID VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
Stat VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
StatDate DATE NOT NULL
)
;

/*Putting data in the table to create the test enviroment*/
INSERT INTO Apps
(
ID,
Stat,
StatDate
)

Values
('1', 'AppRec', '2012-12-01'),
('1', 'AppCom', '2012-12-02'),
('2', 'AppRec', '2012-11-01'),
('2', 'AppCom', '2012-11-01'),
('3', 'AppRec', '2012-11-15'),
('3', 'AppCom', '2012-12-01')
;


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Is there a typo in your question? It looks like you want the following to be returned, unless I have misunderstood:

ID Stat StatDate
1 AppRec 2012-12-01
1 AppCom 2012-12-02


If so, this will do it:

SELECT ID, Stat, StatDate
FROM Apps
WHERE ID IN (SELECT ID FROM Apps WHERE Stat = 'AppRec' AND StatDate >= '2012-12-01')




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Your typo messed me up too...

You can also try:


;WITH x AS
( SELECT ID, Stat, StatDate
FROM #Apps
WHERE Stat='AppRec' AND StatDate >= '2012-12-01' )
SELECT ID, Stat, StatDate
FROM #Apps
WHERE ID in (SELECT ID FROM x)



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I really apologize for the typo! Typo notwithstanding, you guys gave me exactly what I was looking for. Thanks alot for the help!
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Again this is really helpful. I hope you all won't mind a follow-up question:

What is the difference between...

WHERE [column] IN ([subquery]) 



and

WHERE EXISTS ([subquery])



?

I've been trying to read on it and trying queries on my test server but can't come up with anything helpful. Would someone mind explaining? I want to be able to support my code :-)
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DataAnalyst011 (12/17/2012)
Again this is really helpful. I hope you all won't mind a follow-up question:

What is the difference between...

WHERE [column] IN ([subquery]) 



and

WHERE EXISTS ([subquery])



?

I've been trying to read on it and trying queries on my test server but can't come up with anything helpful. Would someone mind explaining? I want to be able to support my code :-)


In the first case, the WHERE clause is true if the [column] exists in any of the rows returned by the subquery.

In the second case, the WHERE clause is true if any rows are returned by the subquery.


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Here is the code using the EXISTS in the WHERE clause:



/*Create the table*/
CREATE TABLE dbo.Apps
(
ID VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
Stat VARCHAR(50) NOT NULL,
StatDate DATE NOT NULL
)
;

/*Putting data in the table to create the test enviroment*/
INSERT INTO dbo.Apps
(
ID,
Stat,
StatDate
)

Values
('1', 'AppRec', '2012-12-01'),
('1', 'AppCom', '2012-12-02'),
('2', 'AppRec', '2012-11-01'),
('2', 'AppCom', '2012-11-01'),
('3', 'AppRec', '2012-11-15'),
('3', 'AppCom', '2012-12-01')
;

go

select
a1.ID,
a1.Stat,
a1.StatDate
from
dbo.Apps a1
where exists(select
1
from
dbo.Apps a2
where
a1.ID = a2.ID and
a2.Stat = 'AppRec' and
a2.StatDate >= '20121201');


go

drop table dbo.Apps;
go




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