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Sql query to calculate income of a day, week, month, year.

Posted on 2006-06-15
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hi everyone ..

I need a query that will take the a datetime parameter and will output the day income
of this parameter, week, month, year and total income ..

output format :
Staff.Name | day income | week income | month income | year income | total income

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you need to use dbo.Treatment.DateTime to compare it with the passed day parameter
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SELECT     dbo.Staff.Name, SUM(dbo.Treatment.priceDue) AS TotalIncome
FROM         dbo.Staff INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Treatment ON dbo.Staff.StaffID = dbo.Treatment.StaffID
GROUP BY dbo.Staff.Name
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Question by:Misbah
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by:folderol
ID: 16911681
CREATE PROCEDURE Income_summary @requested_day datetime
AS

SELECT     dbo.Staff.Name,
sum(case when dbo.Treatment.DateTime = @requested_day then dbo.Treatment.priceDue else 0 end) as DayIncome,
sum(case when datepart(week,dbo.Treatment.DateTime) = datepart(week,@requested_day) and datepart(year,dbo.Treatment.DateTime) = datepart(year,@requested_day) then dbo.Treatment.priceDue else 0 end) as WeekIncome,
sum(case when datepart(month,dbo.Treatment.DateTime) = datepart(month,@requested_day) and datepart(year,dbo.Treatment.DateTime) = datepart(year,@requested_day) then dbo.Treatment.priceDue else 0 end) as MonthIncome,
sum(case when datepart(year,dbo.Treatment.DateTime) = datepart(year,@requested_day) then dbo.Treatment.priceDue else 0 end) as YearIncome,

SUM(dbo.Treatment.priceDue) AS TotalIncome
FROM         dbo.Staff INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Treatment ON dbo.Staff.StaffID = dbo.Treatment.StaffID
GROUP BY dbo.Staff.Name
go


Tom
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by:Misbah
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Thanks Tom :)

can u please modify it a little more .. the DayIncome is not working now .. I think because the Treatment.DateTime has also the day time .. like this : 6/4/2006 12:14:09 PM .. I am not sure if the rest need to be modified as well !

Thanks again :)
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folderol earned 250 total points
ID: 16913401
Any where I am using the datepart, the time portion will have no effect.  So, to fix the DayIncome, the case statement should be ->

sum(case when cast(floor(cast(dbo.Treatment.DateTime as float)) as datetime) = @requested_day then dbo.Treatment.priceDue else 0 end) as DayIncome

Floor converts the float value of DateTime to integer, and casting the integer back to datetime removes the time portion so you are left with 6/4/2006 00:00:00

There are a bunch of methods for removing the time from a datetime, a lot of them use convert() function, which I tend to avoid.

Tom.
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by:Misbah
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Thanks Alot Tom :)
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