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here is a snippet of my code --incoming in_eff_date: 1991-01-16 --incoming in_term_date: 1999-12-31 CURSOR cs_overlapping_dates IS SELECT 'x' FROM subscriber_group where group_nbr = in_group_nbr AND section_id = in_section_id AND lob_code = in_lob_code AND cvg_nbr = in_cvg_nbr AND participant_type_code = g_participant_type_cardholder AND ((in_eff_date BETWEEN eff_date AND term_date) OR (in_term_date BETWEEN eff_date AND term_date)); --end snippet OUTPUT of this is when code ran: l_dummy1 (this is incorrect because the eff_date of the record in the subscriber table is 1/15/1991 and the term date is 12/31/1999. I should be seeing 'x' indicating a record has been found)
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