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Anyway to do this in TSQL (2005) without a cursor?

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using SQL Server 2005;

I have two tables: Demand and Supply.  I need to determine for each record in the demand table which record in supply table it can consume.

These are the demand and supply table and sample data.

CREATE TABLE Demand
( Priority INT,
Food VARCHAR(10),
      Qty INT)
      
INSERT INTO Demand
      Select 1, 'Apples', 2
      UNION ALL
      Select 2, 'Apples', 5
      UNION ALL
      Select 3, 'Apples', 4
      UNION ALL
      Select 4, 'Apples', 10
      UNION ALL
      Select 5, 'Apples', 15


CREATE TABLE Supply
( SourceID INT,
Food VARCHAR(10),
      Qty INT)
      
INSERT INTO Supply
      Select 1, 'Apples', 10
      UNION ALL
      Select 2, 'Apples', 20
      UNION ALL
      Select 3, 'Apples', 5


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The end result I'm trying to obtain is like so:
Priority      Food      Qty            SupplyID
1      Apples      2            1
2      Apples      5            1
3      Apples      4            2
4      Apples      10            2
5      Apples      15            NULL

Thanks,
sopheak
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by:sopheak
ID: 22664759
I guess it would be okay to use a cursor in answer too, it may be faster depending on the amount of data.
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by:Kevin Cross
ID: 22664865
I don't have my SQL Management Studio, but this should parse out fine.
-- create a view for demand

CREATE VIEW dbo.vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority AS

;WITH demandCTE AS (

    SELECT *, row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY Food ORDER BY Priority) As dRow

    FROM Demand

)

SELECT d1.Food, d1.Priority, d1.Qty, d1.Qty + IsNull(d2.Qty, 0) AS TotalDemand

FROM demandCTE d1 LEFT JOIN demandCTE d2

ON d1.Food = d2.Food AND d1.dRow - 1 = d2.dRow;

GO
 

-- create a view for supply

CREATE VIEW vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID AS

;WITH supplyCTE AS (

    SELECT *, row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY Food ORDER BY SourceID) As sRow

    FROM Supply

)

SELECT s1.Food, s1.SourceID, s1.Qty, s1.Qty + IsNull(s2.Qty, 0) AS TotalSupply

FROM supplyCTE s1 LEFT JOIN supplyCTE s2

ON s1.Food = s2.Food AND s1.sRow - 1 = s2.sRow;

GO
 

SELECT d.Priority, d.Food, d1.Qty, s.SourceID

FROM vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority d LEFT JOIN vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID s

ON d.Food = s.Food AND d.TotalDemand <= s.TotalSupply

ORDER BY 2, 1

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by:Kevin Cross
ID: 22664883
Sorry,filled with type-o's -- use THIS:
-- create a view for demand

CREATE VIEW dbo.vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority AS

WITH demandCTE AS (

    SELECT *, row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY Food ORDER BY Priority) As dRow

    FROM Demand

)

SELECT d1.Food, d1.Priority, d1.Qty, d1.Qty + IsNull(d2.Qty, 0) AS TotalDemand

FROM demandCTE d1 LEFT JOIN demandCTE d2

ON d1.Food = d2.Food AND d1.dRow - 1 = d2.dRow;

 

-- create a view for supply

CREATE VIEW vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID AS

WITH supplyCTE AS (

    SELECT *, row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY Food ORDER BY SourceID) As sRow

    FROM Supply

)

SELECT s1.Food, s1.SourceID, s1.Qty, s1.Qty + IsNull(s2.Qty, 0) AS TotalSupply

FROM supplyCTE s1 LEFT JOIN supplyCTE s2

ON s1.Food = s2.Food AND s1.sRow - 1 = s2.sRow;

 

SELECT        Priority, Food, Qty,

                             (SELECT        MIN(SourceID) AS Expr1

                               FROM            vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID AS s

                               WHERE        (d.Food = Food) AND (d.TotalDemand <= TotalSupply)) AS SupplyID

FROM            vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority AS d

ORDER BY Food, Priority

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by:sopheak
ID: 22669786
unfortunately the results don't come out correct;  this is the result from your solution.  For Example, record 3 cannot pull from supplyID 1 because record 1 and 2 already consumed a total of 9 ,so only one is left.  Record 3 should pull the remainder from supplyid 2.

I guess I need to clarify that I want the last supply line a record would pull from to satify the demand.

tahnks

Priority      Food      Qty      SupplyID
1      Apples      2      1
2      Apples      5      1
3      Apples      4      1
4      Apples      10      2
5      Apples      15      2

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Kevin Cross earned 250 total points
ID: 22670038
Check the views independently and make sure the total demands look correct.  Should go 2, 7, 11, and so on.  I will check when I get home as I have this data loaded there and I got results you requested when I tested last night.
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by:Kevin Cross
ID: 22670107
Sorry I posted the wrong code version... I will post in a few minutes.
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by:sopheak
ID: 22670674
I modified your Demand view and it works now:

CREATE VIEW dbo.vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority AS
WITH demandCTE AS (
    SELECT *, row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY Food ORDER BY Priority) As dRow
    FROM Demand
)
SELECT  d1.Food,
        d1.Priority,
        d1.Qty,
        (SELECT SUM(Qty)
            FROM demandCTE
            WHERE d1.Food = Food AND d1.dRow >= dRow) AS 'TotalDemand'
FROM    demandCTE d1
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by:Kevin Cross
ID: 22670717
This is what I meant to post, sorry!
DROP VIEW vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID

GO

DROP VIEW vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority

GO
 

-- create a view for demand

CREATE VIEW dbo.vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority AS

SELECT d1.Food, d1.Priority, d1.Qty

, d1.Qty + IsNull((SELECT SUM(QTY) FROM demand d2 WHERE d2.Food = d1.Food AND d2.Priority < d1.Priority ), 0) AS TotalDemand

FROM demand d1;

 GO

-- create a view for supply

CREATE VIEW vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID AS

SELECT s1.Food, s1.SourceID, s1.Qty

, s1.Qty + IsNull((SELECT SUM(QTY) FROM supply s2 WHERE s1.Food = s2.Food AND s2.SourceID < s1.SourceID ), 0) AS TotalSupply

FROM supply s1

 GO
 

SELECT        Priority, Food, Qty,

                             (SELECT        MIN(SourceID) AS Expr1

                               FROM            vw_SupplyTotalsByFoodAndSourceID AS s

                               WHERE        (d.Food = Food) AND (d.TotalDemand <= TotalSupply)) AS SupplyID

FROM            vw_DemandTotalsByFoodAndPriority AS d

ORDER BY Food, Priority

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by:Kevin Cross
ID: 22670743
Glad you figured it out as well.  I apologize as I saw that needed to include all the rows previous to current one instead of the last one.  
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