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SQL Server stored procedure percentage formula

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How do I create a percentage as a formula in a stored procedure.  Currently my data is as follows

Field 1 - 960
Field 2 - 636
Field 3 - Field 2 / (Field 1 + Field 2) - answer should be .398 but is coming back with 0

Syntax from the stored procedure Select Statement for the percentage field is

(fEmployeeTracking_Actions.Field1) / (fEmployeeTracking_Actions.Field1 + fEmployeeTracking_Actions.Field2)

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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cast(fEmployeeTracking_Actions.Field1 as decimal(10,4)) / cast(fEmployeeTracking_Actions.Field1 + fEmployeeTracking_Actions.Field2 as decimal(10,4))
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Thanks - works perfect
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