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I have a table which contains a series of dates. I need some help to get the month number of the date, this month number is determined by the range that is selected - not the month number in the year. I've attached 3 examples to illustrate what i mean.

the table is called t_test, the date column is called dte. month_no is the column that i need some assistance with. Any help is appreciated.
ee-example-mar12.xls
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by:waltersnowslinarnold
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Use the following sample query, this should help you;

SELECT
dte, RANK() OVER(PARTITION BY dte ORDER BY dte) month_no
FROM tableName
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by:waltersnowslinarnold
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Sorry, you would have to PARTITION BY month, as the requirement suggests;

SELECT
dte, RANK() OVER(PARTITION BY MONTH(dte) ORDER BY dte) month_no
FROM t_test
WHERE whatever the Range is specified..
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by:tonMachine100
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im using oracle 10 which doesnt support month(). I've tried:

RANK() OVER(PARTITION BY to_char(dte, 'Mon-YY') ORDER BY dte) month_no

which i presume would achive the same result? but i get this result:
dte	MONTH_NO
01-JAN-12	1
03-FEB-12	1
03-FEB-12	1
04-FEB-12	3
05-MAR-12	1
05-APR-12	1
05-MAY-12	1
05-JUN-12	1
10-JUL-12	1
05-AUG-12	1
05-AUG-12	1
15-SEP-12	1
20-OCT-12	1
01-NOV-12	1
05-DEC-12	1
01-JAN-13	1
20-JAN-13	2
02-FEB-13	1
03-MAR-13	1

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by:waltersnowslinarnold
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Oh, please remove PARTITION BY clause from the RANK function. use this as below;

SELECT
dte, DENSE_RANK() OVER(ORDER BY MONTH(dte),dte) month_no
FROM t_test
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SQL> select dte, dense_rank() over (order by  trunc(dte,'mm')) month_no
  2  from t_test
  3  where dte between to_date('01-01-2012','dd-mm-yyyy') and
      to_date('03-03-2013','dd-mm-yyyy');

DTE               MONTH_NO
--------- ----------
01-JAN-12          1
03-FEB-12          2
03-FEB-12          2
04-FEB-12          2
05-MAR-12          3
05-APR-12          4
05-MAY-12          5
05-JUN-12          6
10-JUL-12          7
05-AUG-12          8
05-AUG-12          8
15-SEP-12          9
20-OCT-12         10
01-NOV-12         11
05-DEC-12         12
01-JAN-13         13
20-JAN-13         13
02-FEB-13         14
03-MAR-13         15

SQL> select dte, dense_rank() over (order by  trunc(dte,'mm')) month_no
  2  from t_test
  3  where dte between to_date('10-07-2012','dd-mm-yyyy')
      and to_date('20-01-2013','dd-mm-yyyy');

DTE               MONTH_NO
--------- ----------
10-JUL-12          1
05-AUG-12          2
05-AUG-12          2
15-SEP-12          3
20-OCT-12          4
01-NOV-12          5
05-DEC-12          6
01-JAN-13          7
20-JAN-13          7

9 rows selected.

SQL>
SQL> select dte, dense_rank() over (order by  trunc(dte,'mm')) month_no
  2  from t_test
  3  where dte between to_date('05-03-2012','dd-mm-yyyy')
      and to_date('05-08-2012','dd-mm-yyyy');

DTE               MONTH_NO
--------- ----------
05-MAR-12          1
05-APR-12          2
05-MAY-12          3
05-JUN-12          4
10-JUL-12          5
05-AUG-12          6
05-AUG-12          6
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