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komal145
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I have table from November with the flag 'N' and 'Y'
,when I get the laons for december , need to get the count of laons in november , i.e include all loans from
november with flag='N' in december.

Please find the example below.

---november------------

drop table #temp

Create table #Temp

(

Loan

,varchar(5)

,Month varchar(20)

,flag char(1))

INSERT INTO #Temp values('1234','november','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp values ('3241','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp values ('4235','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp values ('3214','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp values ('3456','November','Y')
----DECEMBER------------

Drop table #temp1

Create table #Temp1

(

Loan varchar(5)

,Month varchar(20)

,flag char(1))

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('4321','december','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('4324','december','N')

---Since the flag is 'N' all the loans in november, these loans should be included into december'


----RESULT oF FINAL TABLE FOR DECEMBER----

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values('1234','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('3241','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('4235','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('3214','November','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('4321','december','N')

INSERT INTO #Temp1 values ('4324','december','N')
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Nice job creating ddl and sample data.

Unfortunately your data and your description appear to be out of synch with each other. In your desired output table you have loans that don't exist in the #Temp table. If you can explain your situation a little better we can help.

And as a suggestion you should avoid using reserved words like Month as a column name. Not only does it make querying a little more difficult it is totally ambiguous what it means. Same thing with a column named "Flag". What does that mean?

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NO Problem.I got it.
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komal145 (1/28/2013)
NO Problem.I got it.


As in you figured out your query or you understood my suggestion?

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