SQL Query

Need help with a SQL query where I am able to:
Select an account number, ProdID, and TrDate when ProdID 5612 sold twice within 24 hours after ProdID 2808 is sold.


Acct#            ProdID                  TrDate
123            2808                  2017-10-09 11:42:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-09 11:50:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-10 11:42:00.000
123            2808                  2017-10-11 11:42:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-11 13:42:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-11 14:42:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-15 11:42:00.000
Abdul KhanAsked:
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
What will the output from the input you have given,
Abdul KhanAuthor Commented:
print the AcctNumber, ProdID, and Trdate only when the product 5612 sold twice within 24 Hours.
The goal is to find out that how many of the 2808 sold when 5612 sold within 24 hours:

123            2808                  2017-10-11 11:42:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-11 13:42:00.000
123            5612                  2017-10-11 14:42:00.000
Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Please check this -

SELECT * FROM 
(
	Select [Acct#],[ProdID],[TrDate]
	FROM sold
	WHERE [ProdID] = 2808
)r
CROSS APPLY
(
	Select [Acct#],[ProdID],[TrDate]
	FROM sold
	WHERE [ProdID] = 5612 AND [Acct#] = r.[Acct#]
	AND [TrDate] BETWEEN r.TrDate AND DATEADD(d,1,r.TrDate) 
)u

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OUTPUT

/*------------------------
SELECT * FROM 
(
	Select [Acct#],[ProdID],[TrDate]
	FROM sold
	WHERE [ProdID] = 2808
)r
CROSS APPLY
(
	Select [Acct#],[ProdID],[TrDate]
	FROM sold
	WHERE [ProdID] = 5612 AND [Acct#] = r.[Acct#]
	AND [TrDate] BETWEEN r.TrDate AND DATEADD(d,1,r.TrDate) 
)u
------------------------*/
Acct#       ProdID      TrDate                  Acct#       ProdID      TrDate
----------- ----------- ----------------------- ----------- ----------- -----------------------
123         2808        2017-10-09 11:42:00.000 123         5612        2017-10-09 11:50:00.000
123         2808        2017-10-09 11:42:00.000 123         5612        2017-10-10 11:42:00.000
123         2808        2017-10-11 11:42:00.000 123         5612        2017-10-11 13:42:00.000
123         2808        2017-10-11 11:42:00.000 123         5612        2017-10-11 14:42:00.000

(4 row(s) affected)

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Abdul KhanAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much Pawan!
Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
welcome. Happy to help.
Abdul KhanAuthor Commented:
Thanks Pawan!
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