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The user can put in the following parameters and I'm trying to create an sql statement that would work for the parameters specified.
The :comp is company number; user can enter one company or 'all' which is 0
:year, :fprd, tprd should be self explanatory and
:ccty is for country; the supplier country and receiver company must be the same no matter what so the user can select a certain country or the can select 'all' which is 0

When I run the statement for 'all' on country then I get the records but if I select a country, the query gets an error. What am I doing wrong with this sql statement????

I am having problems with the following sql statement:
select ledger_account, supplier_country, receiver_country, supplier_number, supplier_name, supplier_invoice_number, purchase_order_number, tran_type_po, document_number_po, invoice_amount,
currency, invoice_amount_hc, vat_account_po, vat_amount_po, tran_type_app, document_number_app, vat_account_app, vat_amount_app
from ADTRAN.ad_vat_recon
where (finance_company = :comp or :comp=0)
and fiscal_year = :year
and fiscal_period between :fprd and :tprd
and (supplier_country = receiver_country and :ccty = 0 or
trim(supplier_country) = :ccty and trim(receiver_country) = :ccty)
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What SQL dialect is it?
In MS SQL Server T-SQL you should use parameters in form @year, @ccty, etc.
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this would be oracle sql
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michelle.malone (5/7/2014)
this would be oracle sql


This site is dedicated to SQL Server. There is an Oracle section. You might find some luck there. You may find that you have better luck on a dedicated Oracle site. Not that we are not willing to help it is just that most of us are not that strong with Oracle. I can barely spell it.

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I think you probably need the country part of the WHERE clause as below;

select ledger_account, supplier_country, receiver_country, supplier_number, supplier_name, supplier_invoice_number, purchase_order_number, tran_type_po, document_number_po, invoice_amount,
currency, invoice_amount_hc, vat_account_po, vat_amount_po, tran_type_app, document_number_app, vat_account_app, vat_amount_app
from ADTRAN.ad_vat_recon
where (finance_company = :comp or :comp=0)
and fiscal_year = :year
and fiscal_period between :fprd and :tprd
and (supplier_country = receiver_country and (:ccty = 0 or trim(supplier_country) = :ccty ))



Once you've established that the supplier and receiver country are the same, you only need to check one of them is equal to the input. Your main problem was that the AND takes precedence over the OR.
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