2 Replies Latest reply: Aug 26, 2014 6:16 AM by Sundarakumar Kalaimani RSS

    multiply values from different sources

      Hi guys,

      I am recently blocked, my simply question is:

      I have 2 Tables from 2 different sources:

       

      Table1:

      invoiceno,

      ArtNo,

      Amount,

      Date

      ;

      SQL * FROM X;

       

      Table2:

      invoiceno,

      currency factor,

      currency code,

      date

      ;

      SQL * FROM Y;

       

      now I want to multiply like:

       

      Load

      if(currency code is not EUR, Amount*currency factor) as NewAmount

       

      I want to show the values from Amount in a certain currency code: EUR

      If the currency is not EUR, so the value should multiply it with the CFactor..

       

      How can I solve this in Scripting ? or should I use it in the Straight

       

      hope you can help me

       

      Best regards

        • Re: multiply values from different sources
          Prashant Sangle

          Hi,

           

          Use Left Join or Right Join or Join to join two tables

          then use your expression in new table where you can call all the field from existing one i.e Resident table

           

          Your script like

           

          Table1:

          invoiceno,

          ArtNo,

          Amount,

          Date

          ;

          SQL * FROM X;

           

          //Table2:

          left join

          invoiceno,

          currency factor,

          currency code,

          date

          ;

          SQL * FROM Y;

           

          final_table:

          Load *

          if(not wildmatch([currency code],'EUR'), Amount*currency factor) as NewAmount

          Resident Table1;

           

          Drop table Table1;

           

           

          Regards

          • Re: multiply values from different sources
            Sundarakumar Kalaimani

            1.  if u want it to do in th eback end u will have to join the currency code to the accont table with a primary key and bring all details in a sigle table.

            2.  If u want it to do it in front end keep them linked with a key and u can straight away do it in the front end.

            Violume of data defines which way is better.

            I would prefer option 1 since it will improve performance.

             

            -Sundar