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If I use the in clause, it just returns rows for the last variable in the clause:
and dtl.prpty_num in ('38','29') only returns rows for 29.
If I do them individually, they each return rows,
After more review, it appears that it is not the IN CLAUSE, but rather something else.
When running the SQL one clause at a time, the IN clause worked, but to a point.
The following worked , but add one more line it changes the results dramatically:
from FA_HIST_TRANS_DTL dtl
where dtl.EFF_YR_NUM = 2009
and dtl.prpty_num in (38,29)
and dtl.actv_ty_cd in ( 'DC', 'NB')
and dtl.asset_ty_cd in (601,602)
and dtl.EFF_PD_NUM = 1
and dtl.BAN_NUM = 300
returns 66 rows , which is fine, and all are WHLSL_MF_DIV_NUM = 2
BUT if I just add one more line :
and dtl.WHLSL_MF_DIV_NUM = 2
then only 9 rows returned, and now it strangely uses the 2nd part of the above in clauses..
29, NB, 602
then it reduces the results and
Edited by: Brian on Jul 31, 2015 4:11 PM
about 5 years ago
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Re: IN Clause not working
You are more likely to get help if you ask about this in an a general SQL forum or a forum for the database you use. This forum is for questions about how to use the DbVisualizer features.
DbVisualizer just sends the SQL statement to the database so the behavior you see is a database question, not a DbVisualizer question.