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Conversion of Axapta C Code loop to T-SQL SPROC

Posted on 2006-06-20
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We want to convert this script from C to a SQL Query or SPROC but I am no expert in the Axapta Programming area and I was hoping someone could guide us in the meaning of the script I have enclosed.  We have determined the basic intent of this procedure but we really are not sure how everything fits together particularly how the variables are declared and the first part of the if/then statement leading into the loop.  Please contact me if you need further information.  any help is greatly appreciated.  thanks!

static server real CalcSqFtYieldGross(InventLocationId _InventLoactionId,
WrkCtrId _WrkCtrId, TransDate _BeginDate, TransDate _EndDate)
{
    real            sqftgross;
    RM_LayersCut    rmlayerscut;
    DC_Scan         dcscan;
    ProdId          lastProdId;
    real            lastSqFt;
    ;

    IF (_InventLoactionId == "" && _WrkCtrId == "")
    {
         while select  dcscan order by prodorder
            where dcscan.ScanDate >= _BeginDate && dcscan.ScanDate < _EndDate
            {
                if (lastProdId != dcscan.ProdOrder)
                {
                    select firstonly SqFt from rmlayerscut where
dcscan.ProdOrder == rmlayerscut.OrderId;
                    sqftgross += rmlayerscut.SqFt;

                    lastProdId = dcscan.ProdOrder;
                    lastSqFt = rmlayerscut.SqFt;
                }
                else
                {
                    sqftgross += lastSqFt;
                }
            }
    }
    ELSE IF (_InventLoactionId != "" && _WrkCtrId == "")
    {
         while select  dcscan order by prodorder
            where dcscan.ScanDate >= _BeginDate && dcscan.ScanDate < _EndDate
            && dcscan.Warehouse == _InventLoactionId
            {
                if (lastProdId != dcscan.ProdOrder)
                {
                    select firstonly SqFt from rmlayerscut where
dcscan.ProdOrder == rmlayerscut.OrderId;
                    sqftgross += rmlayerscut.SqFt;

                    lastProdId = dcscan.ProdOrder;
                    lastSqFt = rmlayerscut.SqFt;
                }
                else
                {
                    sqftgross += lastSqFt;
                }
            }
    }
    ELSE IF (_InventLoactionId != "" && _WrkCtrId != "")
    {
        while select  dcscan order by prodorder
            where dcscan.ScanDate >= _BeginDate && dcscan.ScanDate < _EndDate
            && dcscan.Warehouse == _InventLoactionId
            && dcscan.WorkCenter == _WrkCtrId
            {
               if (lastProdId != dcscan.ProdOrder)
                {
                    select firstonly SqFt from rmlayerscut where
dcscan.ProdOrder == rmlayerscut.OrderId;
                    sqftgross += rmlayerscut.SqFt;

                    lastProdId = dcscan.ProdOrder;
                    lastSqFt = rmlayerscut.SqFt;
                }
                else
                {
                    sqftgross += lastSqFt;
                }
            }
    }
    ELSE IF (_InventLoactionId == "" && _WrkCtrId != "")
    {
        while select  dcscan order by prodorder
            where dcscan.ScanDate >= _BeginDate && dcscan.ScanDate < _EndDate
            && dcscan.WorkCenter == _WrkCtrId
            {
                if (lastProdId != dcscan.ProdOrder)
                {
                    select firstonly SqFt from rmlayerscut where
dcscan.ProdOrder == rmlayerscut.OrderId;
                    sqftgross += rmlayerscut.SqFt;

                    lastProdId = dcscan.ProdOrder;
                    lastSqFt = rmlayerscut.SqFt;
                }
                else
                {
                    sqftgross += lastSqFt;
                }
            }
    }

    return sqftgross;
}

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Question by:carlg1000
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I am no expert in the Axapta Programming too but I can explain what the function does:

It sums up sqare foot values from a table named 'rmlayerscut'. The keys to the table 'rmlayerscut' it gets from an outer select to table 'dcscan'.

There are three kinds of queries:

A: select all entries of dcscan within a given time interval
B: query A filtered by  dcscan.Warehouse == _InventLoactionId
C: query A filtered by  dcscan.WorkCenter == _WrkCtrId

All queries were sorted by 'ProdOrder'. That is because the square foot value 'SqFt' only needs to be queried once for any different 'ProdOrder' key of table 'dcscan'. For all entries of the result set of queries A, B, C the square foot values associated to 'Prodorder' were summed up into variable sqftgross which was returned from the function.

Regards, Alex
 
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by:carlg1000
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thanks a million.  this is what I was looking for and confirmed our assumptions.  
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