I have enclosed sample data and also table structure. I need help in getting the query.
where goal_override_date between '02-jan-2014' and '11-jan-2014'
and dept_id = 10
and proc_code = 'CP'
select DEPT_ID, PROC_CODE, DAY_SUNDAY, DAY_MONDAY,
DAY_TUESDAY, DAY_WEDNESDAY, DAY_THURSDAY,
where dept_id =10
and proc_code = 'CP'; --
Table1 is kind of maintenance table.
In Table2 values can be overridden.
Check to see if there is data in table 2 for the date range . If table2 has no value then take value from table1 for that day the date falls into. Any more clarification please ask me.
Sundays are all zeros.
I want this data. and the sum for the date range.
2-jan-2014 - 3
3-jan-2014 - 3
4-jan-2014 - 3
5-jan-2014 - 0
6-jan-2014 - 1
7-jan-2014 - 3
8-jan-2014 - 5
9-jan-2014 - 5
10-jan-2014 - 3
11-jan-2014 - 3 table-script.txt screen.JPG
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