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Posted on 2011-09-21
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I have a need to total the claim field by CSC.DispositionCode. My claim numbers look like so
1-06-0139A
1-06-0139B
1-06-0217
1-06-0156

However if 1-06-0139A, 1-06-0139B have the same CSC.Disposition code they only count as 1 Case so I need to strip off the the tenth character and then sum as Cases.

USE [EXPORTpahpixPROD]
GO
/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[PXQ7070]    Script Date: 09/21/2011 07:27:31 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS OFF
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER OFF
GO
/* ***************************************************************************************************/
/*  		                       Closed Claims Report    	                                     */
/* ***************************************************************************************************/
 
ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[PXQ7070]
(     
      @AsOfMonth DATETIME ,
      @AsOfYear DATETIME ,
	  @FromDate DATETIME ,
      @ToDate DATETIME,
      @GblOptState VARCHAR(4)

)
AS 
    SET NOCOUNT ON

SELECT DISTINCT
        [Category] = CASE WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '5' THEN 'Trial'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '6' THEN 'Trial'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = ' '
                               AND AppealFlag = 'Y' THEN 'Trial'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '11' THEN 'Trial'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '12' THEN 'Trial'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '13' THEN 'Arbitration'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '14' THEN 'Arbitration'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '15' THEN 'Mediation'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '18'
                          THEN 'Early Offer Claims'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '4'
                          THEN 'Involuntary Dismissal'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '3'
                               AND [Indem Paid] = '0.00'
                          THEN 'Voluntary Dismissal'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '3'
                               AND [Indem Paid] > '0.00' THEN 'Settlements'
                          WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = 'E'
                               AND [Indem Paid] > '0.00'
                          THEN 'Incident Only Payment'
                     END
       ,[Type] = CASE WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '5'
                      THEN 'Judgment for Plaintiff'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '6'
                      THEN 'Judgment for Defendant'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = ' '
                           AND AppealFlag = 'Y' THEN 'Pending Appeal'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '11'
                      THEN 'For Plaintiff After Appeal'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '12'
                      THEN 'For Defendant After Appeal'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '13'
                      THEN 'Award for Plaintiff'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '14' THEN 'Award for Defense'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '15' THEN 'Mediation'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '18'
                      THEN 'Early Offer Claims'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '4'
                      THEN 'Involuntary Dismissal'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '3'
                           AND [Indem Paid] = '0.00'
                      THEN 'Voluntary Dismissal'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = '3'
                           AND [Indem Paid] > '0.00' THEN 'Settlements'
                      WHEN CSC.DispositionCode = 'E'
                           AND [Indem Paid] > '0.00'
                      THEN 'Incident Only Payment'
                 END
       ,Claim
       ,Claimant
       ,Insured
       ,Risk
       ,[Loss Date]
       ,CSC.NoticeDate
       ,[Company Position]
       ,[Disposition Date]
       ,CSC.DispositionCode
       ,[Plaintiff Counsel]
       ,[Defense Counsel]k
       ,CSC.Venue
       ,[Indem Paid]
       ,[Exp Paid]
       ,Examiner
FROM    EXPORTpahpixPROD.dbo.PXQ7000_UDF(@AsOfMonth, @AsOfYear, NULL, 0, 0, 0, 1,
                                         0, @GblOptState)
        INNER JOIN wellandp.ClaimSubclaim CSC ON dbo.PXQ7000_UDF.Claim = CSC.ClaimNo
WHERE   [Disposition Date] BETWEEN @FromDate
                           AND     @ToDate
        AND ( CSC.DispositionCode IN ( '4', '5', '6', '11', '12', '13', '14',
                                       '15', '18' )
              OR ( CSC.DispositionCode = '3'
                   AND [Indem Paid] >= '0.00'
                 )
              OR ( CSC.DispositionCode = 'E'
                   AND AppealFlag = 'Y'
                 )
            )
         AND (CurrentFlag = 'Y')
ORDER BY CSC.DispositionCode

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If the values are always 10 characters, then you can use LEFT(Claim, 9) pending Claim is the correct column name.
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Once I have stripped off the 10th character how do I sum the claims by disposition code? Also I only want to count claims that are identical as 1 if they have the same disposition code.
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You would use a GROUP BY and include the disposition code then COUNT(DISTINCT { the column stripped of 10th character }) ... If you need to maintain detail, then you should look at COUNT() OVER() wi PARTITION BY being your disposition code and count distinctly the left 9 characters.
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I am glad that helped. Sorry I was short on details as I was in training and on my ipad when posting. If you need any further details, please let me know; however, it looks like you had some follow-up questions already answered by others.
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