SQL Query Question

I have one table, dbo.pricing_levels with the following data:

id (pk)              item          pricing_level_id        price
1000                 XYZ                     1                          $10
1000                 XYZ                     2                             0

I want to query to find every item where we have a positive value in with a pricing_leve_id = 1 and a zero value in a pricing_level=2
ccleebeltPresidentAsked:
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Walter RitzelSenior Software EngineerCommented:
select *
from dbo.pricing_levels here (price > 0 and priicng_level_id = 1) or (price = 0 and pricing_level_id = 2)

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Allan ReitanChief Financial OfficerCommented:
1. SELECT DISTINCT A.[id(pk)]
      ,A.[item]
      ,A.[pricing_level_id]
      ,A.[price]
  FROM [dbo].[pricing_levels] A CROSS JOIN [dbo].[pricing_levels] B
  WHERE A.pricing_level_id < B.pricing_level_id AND A.[price] > 0;

Another Option without the DISTINCT Clause:

2. SELECT A.[id(pk)]
      ,A.[item]
      ,A.[pricing_level_id]
      ,A.[price]
  FROM [dbo].[pricing_levels] A CROSS JOIN [dbo].[pricing_levels] B
  WHERE A.pricing_level_id < B.pricing_level_id AND A.[price] > 0
  GROUP BY A.[id(pk)]
      ,A.[item]
      ,A.[pricing_level_id]
      ,A.[price];
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JestersGrindCommented:
You can do this with a self join.  
SELECT *
FROM pricing_levels a INNER JOIN pricing_levels b ON a.[id(pk)] - b.[id(pk)]
WHERE a.pricing_level_id = 1 AND b.pricing_level_id = 2 AND a.price > 0 AND b.price = 0

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Hope this helps,

Greg
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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
SELECT pl.id
FROM dbo.pricing_levels pl
GROUP BY pl.id
HAVING
    MAX(CASE WHEN pl.pricing_level_id = 1 AND pl.price > 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) = 1 AND
    MAX(CASE WHEN pl.pricing_level_id = 2 AND pl.price = 0 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) = 1
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Walter RitzelSenior Software EngineerCommented:
Just as curiosity: care to explain why have you selected this solution and not the others?
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