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Posted on 2016-09-23
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I need to show a Day Count between [ValueDate] for Where T.FacilityType=Q_Disbursement.FacilityType.
I have attached a db with a query Q_DisbursementSum (as shown in the pic below)

Let me know if you need additional information.
Grateful for your help.

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Question by:pdvsa
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by:Ferruccio Accalai
ID: 41812266
My suggestion:
SELECT TABLE1.FacilityType, TABLE1.ValueDate, Table1.[Cumulative Drawn], TABLE1.Available, DATEDIFF("D", TABLE1.valueDate, MIN(Table2.valueDate)) AS DayCount FROM (SELECT Q_Disbursement.FacilityType, Q_Disbursement.ValueDate, (Select Sum(T.Amount) From Q_Disbursement As T Where T.FacilityType=Q_Disbursement.FacilityType And T.ValueDate <= Q_Disbursement.ValueDate) AS [Cumulative Drawn], [FacilityAmount]-[Cumulative Drawn] AS Available
FROM Q_Disbursement
GROUP BY Q_Disbursement.FacilityType, Q_Disbursement.ValueDate, "?", Q_Disbursement.FacilityAmount, Q_Disbursement.Amount
ORDER BY Q_Disbursement.FacilityType, Q_Disbursement.ValueDate)  TABLE1
LEFT JOIN (SELECT Q_Disbursement.FacilityType, Q_Disbursement.ValueDate, (Select Sum(T.Amount) From Q_Disbursement As T Where T.FacilityType=Q_Disbursement.FacilityType And T.ValueDate <= Q_Disbursement.ValueDate) AS [Cumulative Drawn], [FacilityAmount]-[Cumulative Drawn] AS Available
FROM Q_Disbursement
GROUP BY Q_Disbursement.FacilityType, Q_Disbursement.ValueDate, "?", Q_Disbursement.FacilityAmount, Q_Disbursement.Amount
ORDER BY Q_Disbursement.FacilityType, Q_Disbursement.ValueDate) TABLE2 on TABLE1.FacilityType = TABLE2.FacilityType AND TABLE2.ValueDate > TABLE1.ValueDate
Group by TABLE1.FacilityType, TABLE1.ValueDate,  TABLE1.[Cumulative Drawn], TABLE1.Available

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by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
ID: 41812283
Gotta say I like the magnitude of those values.

So, without downloading your database, I use something like:

SELECT T.FacilityType
, T.DrawDate
, Min(T2.DrawDate) as NextDraw
, DateDiff("d", T.DrawDate, Min(T2.DrawDate)) as DayGap
FROM yourTable as T
LEFT JOIN yourTable as T1
ON T.FacilityType = T1.FacilityType
AND T.DrawDate < T1.DrawDate
GROUP BY T.FacilityType, T.DrawDate
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Gustav Brock earned 500 total points
ID: 41812364
In your query, use this simple expression (not a Group By):

DayCountx: DateDiff("d",[ValueDate],(Select Min(Q.ValueDate) From Q_Disbursement As Q Where Q.FacilityType = Q_Disbursement.FacilityType And Q.ValueDate > Q_Disbursement.ValueDate))

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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 41812375
I noticed the double entry for PIF 2015-06-23.
You can get rid of that by changing your last column from Group By to Sum:

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by:pdvsa
ID: 41812481
Perfect.  

Dale's and Ferrucios method did give the correct count however I needed it to follow my query I had.  I am not too familiar with the T method so its difficult for me to modify it.

thank you experts!
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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 41812484
You are welcome!

/gustav
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by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
ID: 41812491
pdvsa,

The "T method" is just a matter of aliasing table or query names so that your query is more readable.

I usually use an alias that is similar to the name of the table I'm working with, for example:

SELECT P.*
FROM tbl_People as P

or

SELECT P.*, F.Family_ID
FROM tbl_People as P
LEFT JOIN tbl_Families as F
ON P.Family_ID = F.Family_ID
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by:Gustav Brock
ID: 41812506
Also, alias can be mandatory - as Q (or T or whatever) in my Select .. above - to distinguish between two instances of the same table/query.

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