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Converting Excel formula to SQL Case II

Posted on 2014-03-10
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I would like to ask again for your help converting an excel formula to sql syntax.

the excel formula goes as follows:
Remaining Contract Length: 

=IF(SalesOrderTypeCode="Blanket", ContractEndDate-IF(TodaysDate > ContractStartDate,IF(TodaysDate>ContractEndDate, ContractEndDate, TodaysDate),ContractStartDate)+1, 0)

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I got help originally to convert the formula, but more logic was added to it this I need more help.

I currently have the formula in sql like this:

,	RemainingContractLength =
	CASE 
	        WHEN SalesOrderLineTypeCode = 'BLANKET' 
		THEN DATEDIFF(dd, @Today, ContractEndDate) + 1 
		ELSE 0 
	END

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Thank you very much for your help.
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Question by:metropia
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by:c1nmo
ID: 39918357
You can nest, not tested but something like:

CASE
WHEN SalesOrderTypeCode="Blanket"
THEN DATEDIFF(dd, ContractEndDate,
      CASE WHEN TodaysDate > ContractStartDate THEN
            CASE WHEN TodaysDate>ContractEndDate THEN ContractEndDate ELSE TodaysDate END
      ELSE ContractStartDate END) + 1 ELSE 0 END
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by:metropia
ID: 39918608
thank you.

somehow the number of days is not coming up the same when i run it on sql server.

i am attaching the excel file, if you notice, for row 13, the number on column Remaining Contract Length if 214, but in sql server comes back as 212

I am also attaching sample data from sql server
Sales-Order-Proration-Sample.xlsx
sample-data.txt
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by:c1nmo
ID: 39918727
I get -295 using your sample data with:

CASE
WHEN SalesOrderTypeCode='Blanket'
THEN DATEDIFF(dd, ContractEndDate,
      CASE WHEN GETDATE() > ContractStartDate THEN
            CASE WHEN GETDATE()>ContractEndDate THEN ContractEndDate ELSE GETDATE() END
      ELSE ContractStartDate END) + 1 ELSE 0 END
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c1nmo earned 500 total points
ID: 39918862
214 for row 13 values now:

select CASE
WHEN SalesOrderTypeCode='Blanket'
THEN DATEDIFF(dd,
      CASE WHEN Today > ContractStartDate THEN
            CASE WHEN Today>ContractEndDate THEN ContractEndDate ELSE Today END
      ELSE ContractStartDate END, ContractEndDate) + 1 ELSE 0 END  from test
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by:metropia
ID: 39921758
excellent solution!
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