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Coldfusion MINUS query ??

Posted on 2012-04-02
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<CFQUERY DATASOURCE="MCA_Oracle" NAME="JONOListNoDB">
SELECT DAILY_SOMARDS.MIPR_NUMBER, DAILY_SOMARDS.JONO
FROM MCA.DAILY_SOMARDS

FULL OUTER JOIN
(SELECT MIPR_NUMBER, SUM(COALESCE(BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.A_COMMIT,0)) AS
      COMMITED,
      SUM(COALESCE(BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.AMOUNT_OBLIGATED,0)) AS OBLIGATED
      FROM MCA.BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS
      GROUP BY BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.MIPR_NUMBER) SUBQUERY1A
      ON DAILY_SOMARDS.MIPR_NUMBER <> SUBQUERY1A.MIPR_NUMBER

WHERE DAILY_SOMARDS.MIPR_NUMBER IS NOT NULL
AND DAILY_SOMARDS.A_COMMIT <> '0.00'

MINUS

SELECT BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER, BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.JONO
FROM MCA.BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT 
FULL OUTER JOIN

(SELECT MIPR_NUMBER, SUM(COALESCE(BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.A_COMMIT,0)) AS
      COMMITED,
      SUM(COALESCE(BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.AMOUNT_OBLIGATED,0)) AS OBLIGATED
      FROM MCA.BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS
      GROUP BY BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.MIPR_NUMBER) SUBQUERY1
      ON BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER = SUBQUERY1.MIPR_NUMBER

WHERE BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER IS NOT NULL
AND BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER <> 'MIPR0'
AND BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER <> 'pending'
AND BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER <> 'MIPR0JCAR63737'
AND BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER <> 'MIPR0LLMRCARSN'
AND BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER <> 'MIPR1GFTBENGSA'
AND BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.MIPR_NUMBER <> 'MIPR1GMCA58625'
ORDER BY 2 ASC

</CFQUERY>

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Good Evening All!!! I was hoping to get a little help. I have a query that I'm trying to get records from a table that do not appear in another table, and I'm using the MINUS to do that. And it works to a point...and I'll try to explain what I'm doing. I have a table (DAILY_SOMARDS) where the MIPR_NUMBER is unique. There is no duplicates in the table. I have a second table called BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS) where the MIPR_NUMBER can be duplicated. I want the query to return the records where the MIPR_NUMBER in the DAILY_SOMARDS is not in the BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS table. And it works...until I add another field, like the DAILY_SOMARDS.A_COMMIT field. Since I also have to add the BUDGET_MIPRS_SENT.A_COMMIT field, or else I get the unequal columns error, I have to do a sum, so that I get all of the records for each MIPR_NUMBER in the BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS table. It works as designed I guess, but the query result of the MINUS will not only give me the MIPR_NUMBER that do not appear in the BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTION table, but also returning values if the sum of the A_COMMIT does not equal the number in the DAILY_SOMARDS.A_COMMIT...and I don't want that...I need the A_COMMIT for the selection set, but I only want the MIPR_NUMBERS that do not appear in the BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTION table...not the differences between the two. Can anyone guide me through this mess??
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return the records where the MIPR_NUMBER in the DAILY_SOMARDS is not in the BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS table.

Disclaimer, I haven't read the query in detail but minus won't do the trick.  You need a NOT EXISTS subquery. I don't use Oracle much, but it should work the same.  Here's a basic example that would return the numbers that are in daily_somards but not in the transactions table.

    SELECT    DAILY_SOMARDS.MIPR_NUMBER, ....
    FROM     MCA.DAILY_SOMARDS
    WHERE   NOT EXISTS  (
                        <!--- isn't a matching number in the other table --->
                         SELECT  1
                         FROM    MCA.BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS
                         WHERE  BUDGET_MIPRS_TRANSACTIONS.MIPR_NUMBER = DAILY_SOMARDS.MIPR_NUMBER
                 )
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by:diecasthft
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Thank You Expert!!!! That's what I needed, and it works perfectly. I was definitely going down the wrong path with this, and appreciate your help!!!
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Welcome :)
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