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jerryr125
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Combining two tables with multiplying

Hi - 

Not sure if this can be done or not. I have two tables which needed to be loaded (table A and table B). Once loaded, table C  needs to be created that multiples the value of QTY and QTYMT to create field FQ.

See example below :

Table A

IDQTY
13
26
38
45

 

TABLE B

IDLIDQTYMT
15002
25004
27003
28005
35006
34008
420010

 

TABLE C

IDQTYLIDQTYMTFQ
1350026
26500424
26700318
26800530
38500648
38400864
4520010

50

 

Any thoughts ? Jerry

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3 Replies
Saravanan_Desingh

One Solution:

tab1:
LOAD * INLINE [
    ID, QTY
    1, 3
    2, 6
    3, 8
    4, 5
];

tab2:
LOAD * INLINE [
    ID, LID, QTYMT
    1, 500, 2
    2, 500, 4
    2, 700, 3
    2, 800, 5
    3, 500, 6
    3, 400, 8
    4, 200, 10
];

commQV84.PNG

Dimension:

ID, QTY, LID

Expression:

QTYMT

LQ: QTY*QTYMT

Vegar
MVP
MVP

If you need to make the 3rd table in script, then join 1 and 2  followed by a resident load on your new table sheet where you add the new fields by multiplication.

Take a look at my script suggestion below. 

[_TABLE C] :

Load * From [TABLE A] ;

JOIN ( [_TABLE C]) Load * From [TABLE B] ;

[TABLE C] :

NOCONCATENATE LOAD

*, [QTY] * [QTYMT] as [FQ] 

Resident [_TABLE C] ;

Drop table [_TABLE C] ;

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
jerryr125
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Hi  - Yes I just thought of doing some type of join after posting my questions.

I will give it a try and let you know - jerry