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On 31-OCT-02 since ror is -100, UNIT_VALUE should become 0 for this month and all subsequent months. Report Content Message 5 of 12 (1,042 Views) Reply 0 Likes BVR Active Contributor Posts: 229 Registered: ‎11-16-2009 Re: Ora 30483 window functions are not allowd here Options Mark as New The application will populate WSS_TID, and may also populate one of TO_ORIG_TID,ORIG_TID or NDF_ORIG_TID depending on the type of transaction. I'd stick with case IN a view.

what is this query with 'with' keyword. Thanks. Just curious how do find out solutions to these complex logic Thanks a million. Error: ORA-30483: window  functions are not allowed here 30483. 00000 -  "window  functions are not allowed ...

i'm trying to add a cumulative total, but it doesn't seem to work on inline views. For eg:- MAX(FIRST_VALUE(col2) OVER (PARTITION BY col1 ORDER BY col3DESC)) regards rennie Followup June 03, 2002 - 5:39 pm UTC Because it doesn't make SENSE? Your valuable suggestion is appreciated Followup October 12, 2004 - 7:48 am UTC use CASE or decode I guess (but i don't see it as -100 in the examples above?) use

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Advanced Search Forum Oracle Forums Oracle Development ORA-30483: window functions are not allowed here If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link December 20, 2003 - 11:56 am UTC Reviewer: Richard from Oxfordshire, UK Thank you very much for your help! It will give an error of ORA-01428: argument '0' is out of range How about the following one to compute a product: create table t ( a varchar2(10), b number(9,2) ); My point here is to build a logic into an Oracle view so that can feed into the report then report generates the crosstab to count status (submitted, approved...) based on

How can I count Document library in Sites(SPWeb) Level? sql>select empno, sal, rank() over (order by sal) rnk 2 from emp 3 where rank() over (order by sal) <= 5; where rank() over (order by sal) <= 5 * ERROR I don't nee top 5. I would URGE you to use views -- strongly URGE.

Followup January 16, 2004 - 1:04 am UTC select * from ( select * from employee_aud where sys_tm <= TO_DATE( :bv, 'dd-mon-yyyy' ) order by sys_tm DESC ) where rownum = Report Content Message 11 of 12 (1,042 Views) Reply 0 Likes BVR Active Contributor Posts: 229 Registered: ‎11-16-2009 Re: Ora 30483 window functions are not allowd here Options Mark as New Followup April 14, 2005 - 11:52 am UTC that is easy select typeid, count( case when submitted between :x and :y then submitted end ), count( case when approved between :x October 11, 2004 - 11:04 pm UTC Reviewer: A reader from NJ, USA Tom, In the rate of return calculation example above, I have the following situation : The ror for

Since we're already dealing with a number, there's no point to converting it to a char so you can trim it. Cheers. query turned out to be a good illustration for window functions, so now we'll try to repeat this query in ... but there is a need for a where condition to avoid getting all the 'typeid's back.

analytics work "across rows". Following technote will give you idea how/what about logical table.How to create logical tables without creating duplicate columns objects in MicroStrategy Desktop 8.x I would still recommend to create direct objects hez resposible for ALL this. All rights reserved.

table C1 -------- cust_no acct_no type balance 11 111 A 500 22 222 A 100 table C2 -------- cust_no acct_no type balance 11 1111 B 50 22 2222 B 60 table For eg the calculation for -1.215 is as follows -1.215 := (103.7404305088 / 105.01637952 - 1) * 100 (unit value tot for prev qtr which is march) -2.50027924 = (103.3525670580/106.0029364724 - Oracle Database Advertise Here 686 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. myTable can be populated with: BEGIN INSERT INTO myTable VALUES('01-01-2000', 'SHIP1', 27); INSERT INTO myTable VALUES('01-01-2000', 'SHIP1', 26); INSERT INTO myTable VALUES('01-01-2000', 'SHIP1', 25); INSERT INTO myTable VALUES('01-01-2000', 'SHIP2', 24); INSERT

just pass parameters in and let Oracle do the heavy lifting in the procedure). from 06-apr-05 to 07-apr-05. Then get the procedure to insert how many donors gave in the 0-3 month, .01-9.99 range 0-3 month, 10-19.99 range 0-3 month, 20-29.99 range...and on and on which would look like:

create a report where you can apply a filter(add a set qualification)on the metric for showing top 5 salary.Nitin Report Content Message 2 of 12 (1,042 Views) Reply 0 Likes Robert1190657

In that discussion, one of the reader mentioned that the above logic will not work for negative numbers. and are you sure you cannot use the query as coded and bind the values into it? I could be wrong Reply With Quote 05-01-2003,08:10 AM #3 balajiyes View Profile View Forum Posts Advisor Join Date Mar 2001 Location Reading, U.K Posts 598 Thnx Chris I'll show this The result I want is: SHIP_DATE SHIP_TYPE SHIPMENT ---------- ---------- ---------- 01-01-2002 SHIP1 9 01-01-2002 SHIP2 6 01-01-2002 SHIP3 3 I have created a query which does this, as follows: SELECT

What i wanted was to have it in the same query avoiding an inline view. but -- are the act values always 1, 2, 3 -- or random? OraKid. Is there a query that would work for negative numbers of should we have to write some functions to handle that Thanks Followup August 13, 2004 - 6:44 pm UTC well,

but if you put it in a PL/SQL, you have to know that a SELECT won't be allowed unless you have it as part of a cursor, create table or select Magic popcount numbers Is this foreign job offer via an online agency without any interview legit? also believed nvl may be needed ... you have a date -- is it three months from sysdate?

some ids can have all 6 values, some 1..5, some 1..3 and so on. please clarify 0 LVL 142 Overall: Level 142 Oracle Database 38 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]2008-08-05 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22159361) so, what gives here, now i cant sit and wait for one ques solution and then start the other one.... I understand what you are saying.

And don't forget to order EOBD once you have finished the first one :-) January 16, 2004 - 6:54 pm UTC Reviewer: A reader It looks as if Tom's missing home MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store Headlines Website Testing Ask a Question Types of advance queries: • Sub Queries • Hierarchical Queries • Set Operators Sub queries are know as the query called from another query or another subquery. I *guess* that analytic functions will do me grand but I can't fathom how to do it.

In my opinion, when the attribute I order by is not unique ... Followup September 02, 2004 - 9:58 am UTC select count( case when deptno in ( 10, 20, 30 ) then 1 end ) cat_I, count( case when deptno in ( 30, Or, is the DBA going to have to create a view? Then the rank in MS can be created as an attribute and then the attribute used in a filter to say Rank = 1.

Login. Also I didn't actually create a table and try to run this, so my syntax might be slightly off.] Followup April 14, 2005 - 1:20 pm UTC that is what I Any records related to wss_tid = 2 are part of family 1, because the record where wss_tid = 2 is related to the record where wss_tid = 1. Link to us! 7 pages found, pages 1 to 7 Help please...

The query looks so simple on Oracle. I was typing in a hurry.