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Hello to All SQL Gurus,
Got a SQL server table that has just two columns - Amt1 and Amt2. Need to create a VIEW of this existing table like so that we have three more extra columns in addition to the amt1,amt2…..that gets created on fly…like
AdjustedRaw (Amt1+ Amt2)
AdjustedIN ((Amt1+ Amt2)*0.68)
AdjustedPut (Amt1+ Amt2)*0.2)

VIEW like this below:
Amt_1      Amt_2      AdjustedRaw      AdjustedIN      AdjustedOUT

So what the SQL server code to create this view?
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Kyle Abrahams earned 2000 total points
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create view my_view
as

select
amt_1,
amt_2,
Amt1+ Amt2 as AdjustedRaw,
((Amt1+ Amt2)*0.68) as AdjustedIN,
(Amt1+ Amt2)*0.2) as AdjustedPut
from table
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by:Rayne
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thanks GED325 :)
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