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Need help with my tsql code


Need help with my tsql code

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I have the following query where I need to set a variable to the value of a column in a row in a table. But depending on the circumstances which column to set it equal to. My code follows and executes but it just keeps running:





DECLARE @DayOfWeek Tinyint
DECLARE @OrderEntryDate datetime
DECLARE @retval Tinyint
DECLARE @retvalOUT TinyInt
DECLARE @ParmDefinition nvarchar(500);

SET @ParmDefinition = N'@retvalOUT int OUTPUT'
Set @OrderEntryDate = '01/04/2012'
SET @DayOfWeek = 1
DECLARE @TSQLQuery nvarchar(max)

SET @TSQLQuery =
CASE @DayOfWeek
WHEN 1 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Sunday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
WHEN 2 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Monday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
WHEN 3 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Tuesday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
WHEN 4 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Wednesday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
WHEN 5 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Thursday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
WHEN 6 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Friday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
WHEN 7 THEN N'Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Saturday) from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule] where ScheduleStart <= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and ScheduleEnd >= ''' + Convert(varchar(50),@OrderEntryDate) + ''' and BranchID = 99'
--ELSE 'Not for sale'
END

--Print @TSQLQuery
--Set @DayCounter = @DayCounter +
--EXECUTE(@TSQLQuery)

exec sp_executesql @TSQLQuery, N'@retvalOUT Tinyint OUTPUT', @retvalOUT = @retval OUTPUT;
print @retval


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Please provide table create script(s) (with indexes if any), sample data to put in said table(s), and expected output from your code.

Best,

Kevin G. Boles
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SQL MVP 2007-2012
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Here's the query generated by your very strange code:


Select @retvalOUT = Convert(TinyInt,Sunday)
from [dbo].[SLADCSchedule]
where ScheduleStart <= 'Apr 1 2012 12:00AM'
and ScheduleEnd >= 'Apr 1 2012 12:00AM'
and BranchID = 99



What's this supposed to do?
Convert(TinyInt,Sunday)



“Write the query the simplest way. If through testing it becomes clear that the performance is inadequate, consider alternative query forms.” - Gail Shaw

For fast, accurate and documented assistance in answering your questions, please read this article.
Understanding and using APPLY, (I) and (II) Paul White
Hidden RBAR: Triangular Joins / The "Numbers" or "Tally" Table: What it is and how it replaces a loop Jeff Moden
Exploring Recursive CTEs by Example Dwain Camps
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Never mind. Try this:

SELECT @retvalOUT = CONVERT(TINYINT,x.OutputColumn) 
FROM [dbo].[SLADCSchedule]
CROSS APPLY (
SELECT OutputColumn =
CASE @DayOfWeek
WHEN 1 THEN Sunday
WHEN 2 THEN Monday
WHEN 3 THEN Tuesday
WHEN 4 THEN Wednesday
WHEN 5 THEN Thursday
WHEN 6 THEN Friday
WHEN 7 THEN Saturday
END
) x
WHERE ScheduleStart <= @OrderEntryDate
AND ScheduleEnd >= @OrderEntryDate
AND BranchID = 99



“Write the query the simplest way. If through testing it becomes clear that the performance is inadequate, consider alternative query forms.” - Gail Shaw

For fast, accurate and documented assistance in answering your questions, please read this article.
Understanding and using APPLY, (I) and (II) Paul White
Hidden RBAR: Triangular Joins / The "Numbers" or "Tally" Table: What it is and how it replaces a loop Jeff Moden
Exploring Recursive CTEs by Example Dwain Camps
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I'm not trying to return the name of a day. In my query I'm trying to return the boolean value of columns named "Monday", "Tuesday"....etc. My table is
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Oh nevermind...lol
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Thanks Chris that did the trick
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