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Dear Experts,
Need your help
The below mentioned query need to run three times since @FeeType is carrying three string (1,4,5)
Please help me


Declare @FeeType Varchar(100)
Set @FeeType='1,4,5'


select @FeeAmount = (select FeeAmount From ClassesFee Where ClassId = @ClassId and FeeTypeId = @FeeTypeId and FiscalYearID=@FiscalYearID and CampusId=@CampusId)

Insert Into S(StudentName,@FeeAmount)
Select StudentName,@FeeAmount from Students
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by:Habib Pourfard
ID: 39749447
If you want to insert FeeAmount for all of students then you could write:
Declare @FeeType Varchar(100)
Set @FeeType='1,4,5'

Insert Into S (StudentName, FeeAmount)
SELECT S.StudentName, CF.FeeAmount FROM dbo.Students S CROSS JOIN 
(SELECT   FeeAmount
    FROM     ClassesFee
    WHERE    ClassId = @ClassId
            AND @FeeTypeId LIKE '%' + CAST(FeeTypeId AS VARCHAR(8)) + '%'
            AND FiscalYearID = @FiscalYearID
            AND CampusId = @CampusId) CF

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by:Mehram
ID: 39749456
Sir,
I have select only three types of fee and need to create fee against those three type of all student.

The appended query is generating fee against all fee type what ever in classesFee.
need to review query to select only provided fee types (@FeeType='1,4,5')


Declare @FeeType Varchar(100)
Set @FeeType='1,4,5'

Create Table s (StudentName Varchar(100), FeeAmount int)
Insert Into S (StudentName, FeeAmount)
SELECT S.StudentName, CF.FeeAmount FROM dbo.Students S CROSS JOIN
(SELECT   FeeAmount
    FROM     ClassesFee
    WHERE    ClassId = '1'
            AND @FeeType LIKE '%' + CAST(FeeTypeId AS VARCHAR(8)) + '%'
            AND FiscalYearID = '1'
            AND CampusId = '1') CF
Select * from s
Drop Table s
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by:Habib Pourfard
ID: 39749462
Are you sure? the following condition should restrict the result to those with FeeTypeID of 1,4,5:
WHERE @FeeType LIKE '%' + CAST(FeeTypeId AS VARCHAR(8)) + '%'

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then the cross join will create the desired result, assume we have two students (A and B) and three FeeAmounts (10, 40, 50):
A 10
A 40
A 50
B 10
B 40
B 50
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by:Mehram
ID: 39749465
Sir student in table is 614 result of above query generating 3927 rows, while its need to generate 1842 rows. Since i have selected three types of fee (614*3)
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by:Habib Pourfard
ID: 39749472
strange result, 3927 / 614 = 6.4 (!!!)
could you please run the following query and tell me the output:
Declare @FeeType Varchar(100)
Set @FeeType='1,4,5'

SELECT   FeeAmount
FROM     ClassesFee
WHERE @FeeType LIKE '%' + CAST(FeeTypeId AS VARCHAR(8)) + '%'

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what about this one:
SELECT   FeeAmount
FROM     ClassesFee
WHERE FeeTypeId IN (1,4,5)

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by:Mehram
ID: 39749476
SELECT   FeeAmount
FROM     ClassesFee
WHERE FeeTypeId IN (1,4,5) and ClassId='1'

result Three rows
Result
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by:Mehram
ID: 39749477
Result of this query is also same as above three rows

Declare @FeeType Varchar(100)
Set @FeeType='1,4,5'

SELECT   FeeAmount
FROM     ClassesFee
WHERE @FeeType LIKE '%' + CAST(FeeTypeId AS VARCHAR(8)) + '%'
and ClassId='1'
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Habib Pourfard earned 2000 total points
ID: 39749492
fine, then the query should work.
I created sample tables and it worked, I have no idea why you query doesn't work.
CREATE TABLE #ClassesFee(
	[ID] [int] NOT NULL,
	[FeeTypeId] [int] NOT NULL,
	[FiscalYearID] [int] NOT NULL,
	[CampusId] [int] NOT NULL,
	[ClassId] [int] NOT NULL,
	[FeeAmount] [int] NULL)
	
CREATE TABLE #Students(
	[ID] [int] NOT NULL,
	[StudentName] [varchar](100) NOT NULL)
	
INSERT #ClassesFee ([ID], [FeeTypeId], [FiscalYearID], [CampusId], [ClassId], [FeeAmount]) VALUES (1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1000)
INSERT #ClassesFee ([ID], [FeeTypeId], [FiscalYearID], [CampusId], [ClassId], [FeeAmount]) VALUES (2, 4, 1, 1, 1, 600)
INSERT #ClassesFee ([ID], [FeeTypeId], [FiscalYearID], [CampusId], [ClassId], [FeeAmount]) VALUES (3, 5, 1, 1, 1, 0)

INSERT #Students ([ID], [StudentName]) VALUES (1, 'A')
INSERT #Students ([ID], [StudentName]) VALUES (2, 'B')

SELECT * FROM #Students
SELECT * FROM #ClassesFee

Declare @FeeType Varchar(100)
Set @FeeType='1,4,5'

CREATE TABLE S(StudentName VARCHAR(100), FeeAmount INT)

INSERT INTO S (StudentName, FeeAmount)
SELECT S.StudentName, CF.FeeAmount FROM #Students S CROSS JOIN 
(SELECT   FeeAmount
    FROM     #ClassesFee
    WHERE    ClassId = '1'
            AND @FeeType LIKE '%' + CAST(FeeTypeId AS VARCHAR(8)) + '%'
            AND FiscalYearID = '1'
            AND CampusId = '1') CF
SELECT * FROM S
DROP TABLE S
DROP TABLE #Students
DROP TABLE #ClassesFee

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