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Posted on 2004-04-27
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I need a query of the following:

Invoices generated in December 1  through March 1
 
Based on a ship to of:
New Jersey
Texas

The query should contain the following:
Invoice Number
Date
G/L Tax Liability Account
Amount of Invoice
Amount of Tax charged

Can somebody pls help me getting this query done. I'm getting Invoice ID, Amount and Date from AP_INVOICES_ALL,  i hope "ship to" will come from "RA_CUSTOMERS", but donno how to join them. Am I looking into correct tables.

Your help is appreciated.
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Question by:manojgh
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by:phake123
ID: 10936070
show your table relations  (the columns for AP_INVOICES_ALL and RA_CUSTOMERS)

Im making a few assumption but you can apply the changes yourself or ask again

SELECT a.[Invoice Number], a.[Date], a.[Acct], a.[Invoice Amount], a.[Tax Amount], b.[CustomerID], b.[City]
FROM  AP_INVOICES_ALL as a INNER JOIN RA_CUSTOMERS as b
ON a.CustomerID = b.CustomerID
WHERE (b.date between #12/01/03# and #3/1/03#) and (b.city = 'New Jersey' or b.city ='Texas')


The code above assumes the CustomerID column are both present in the RA_CUSTOMER, AP_INVOICES_ALL table.  They are both linked as one-to-many relation.  The query will pull out all invoices related to a customer and where the customers city is either "new jersey" or "texas".  It also narrows the data down more by only selected the records where the invoice date is between 12/01/03 - 3/1/03

-Mike
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by:sydfaisal
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Plz explain your both tables structure

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 Syed Faisal
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by:manojgh
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Thanks Mike.

I'm sorry about the way the Question was put. This Query has to come only from AR module of Oracle Apps 11i. So, the AP_INVOICES_ALL will NOT come in the picture. I'm using APPS.RA_CUSTOMER_TRX A, APPS.RA_CUSTOMER_TRX_LINES B
, APPS.RA_CUST_TRX_LINE_GL_DIST C, APPS.RA_COSTOMERS D.

Let me know if you have any questions.



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arora_ashish earned 50 total points
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Manoj,

If you are matching invoice with PO then you can join ap_invoice_distributions_all with po_distributions_all on po_distribution_id column and po_distributions_all table with po_line_locations_v on line_location_id.

In the where clause you can put WHERE po_line_locations_v.SHIP_TO_LOCATION_CODE  in( <your location codes>)

GL_JE_LINES can also be joined to ap_invoice_distributions_all.


Hope this helps

Regards,
Ashish




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