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Hi Experts

I have the clarification in date comparision in previos dates , in One condition need To check Where my Typ_id is 01 and 02 Then date can be Applied the below logic Or else
Date can be updated in Previous Dates

Typ_id logic

First_date < Second_date The condition is True then We need to compare the Second_date corresponding the First_date columns is greater then than we updated the First_date Else Second_date updated

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sqlfriends@sql.com (12/21/2012)
Hi Experts

I have the clarification in date comparision in previos dates , in One condition need To check Where my Typ_id is 01 and 02 Then date can be Applied the below logic Or else
Date can be updated in Previous Dates

Typ_id logic

First_date < Second_date The condition is True then We need to compare the Second_date corresponding the First_date columns is greater then than we updated the First_date Else Second_date updated

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Can you try to clarify what you are doing? I can't understand the logic here. Also, it will be helpful if you can post ddl, sample data and desired output. Please see the first link in my signature for best practices when posting questions.

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Hi Friends,

Can any one help me in calculating past N hrs,past week,past7days,pastNdays,past2weeks,past14days,this month. Date should be compare with today and should automatically calculate the selected date.


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shobanapraveen (10/17/2013)
Hi Friends,

Can any one help me in calculating past N hrs,past week,past7days,pastNdays,past2weeks,past14days,this month. Date should be compare with today and should automatically calculate the selected date.


Thanks,
Shobana


First, you really should post new questions in a new thread.

Second, based just on your post, I am not sure what you are trying to accomplish.

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