FYI: Here is the complete YTD Sproc in MSSQL Format
The attached sproc works correctly in the in the micorsoft environment and is derived from there.
I need to convert this to a DB2 Sproc. I have an immediate concern now and will be asking additional new questions. The issue revolves around empcount & NumEmployees.
empcount is a derived table from a select statement I cannot make this work in DB2 environment. Please provide a solution that will work.
Here is the text of the section in which the empcount is created:
(This info is marked in yellow highlighter where it applies in the attachment)
INNER JOIN (
HirePosition, COUNT(EmpID) AS NumEmployees
TermDate IS NULL
AND Salary >= 100
ON e.HirePosition = empcount.HirePosition sproc---YTD---mssqlformat.docx
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