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MULTIPLE CTE PROBLEM

Posted on 2013-05-13
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Hi All,

I have below code :

WITH ATTENDDATA AS (
SELECT
A.*
FROM TDATTEND000101 AS A
INNER JOIN TMEMPLOYEE AS B
ON A.EmpCode = B.EmpCode
WHERE  CONVERT(Char(8), AttendDate, 112) BETWEEN '20130401' AND '20130431'
AND TotalOvertime <> '00:00'
)

WITH OVERTIMEDATA AS (
SELECT
A.*
FROM TDATTEND000101 AS A
INNER JOIN TMEMPLOYEE AS B
ON A.EmpCode = B.EmpCode
WHERE  CONVERT(Char(8), AttendDate, 112) BETWEEN '20130401' AND '20130431'
AND TotalOvertime <> '00:00'
)

SELECT * FROM ATTENDDATA

UNION ALL

SELECT * FROM OVERTIMEDATA

What should I do ?

Thank you
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Question by:emi_sastra
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Ross Turner earned 500 total points
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What should I do ?

what are you trying to do ?

Using Multiple Selects:
http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2009/08/08/sql-server-multiple-cte-in-one-select-statement-query/

i noticed your syntax is wrong between the cte's
if you add a comma and drop the with on the second cte it should graft.

Also it might worth adding a marker so a least on the end result you can see what data has come from which table.

you could do this on your select e.g

SELECT *,'ATTENDDATA' as [Type] FROM ATTENDDATA

UNION ALL

SELECT *,'OVERTIMEDATA' as [Type] FROM OVERTIMEDATA

then with your end result you can see what comes from where.


if it not working try below

WITH ATTENDDATA AS (
SELECT
A.*
FROM TDATTEND000101 AS A
INNER JOIN TMEMPLOYEE AS B
ON A.EmpCode = B.EmpCode
WHERE  CONVERT(Char(8), AttendDate, 112) BETWEEN '20130401' AND '20130431'
AND TotalOvertime <> '00:00'
),
OVERTIMEDATA AS (
SELECT
A.*
FROM TDATTEND000101 AS A
INNER JOIN TMEMPLOYEE AS B
ON A.EmpCode = B.EmpCode
WHERE  CONVERT(Char(8), AttendDate, 112) BETWEEN '20130401' AND '20130431'
AND TotalOvertime <> '00:00'
)

SELECT * FROM ATTENDDATA

UNION ALL

SELECT * FROM OVERTIMEDATA

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by:emi_sastra
ID: 39161065
Hi RossTurner,

Great. It works.

Thank you very much for your help.
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