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Show Current Benefit Program and Previous Benefit Program

Show Current Benefit Program and Previous Benefit Program

Show Current Benefit Program and Previous Benefit Program

Okay, below is the sql statement that I have in the selections portion of reportsmith.  I am trying to display an employees current benefit program and their previous benefit program (if they have one).  What's happening is I'm getting multiple rows for some people, not everyone.  I know it's probably a simple fix but I've played around with the code and I haven't been able to make it work. HELP!




RE: Show Current Benefit Program and Previous Benefit Program

This is a lot harder then you may think.  I would use 2 copies of the PV_BEN_PROG_VW2 table.  The first would return the current benefit program.  

Then I would add another copy to return the previous benefit program.  You will need to link the 2 tables and deal with them not having a previous benefit program.  See thread131-1273130 for an idea of how to do this.

You will need to modify the effective dating of the second table to get the max -1 record see thread131-1191545 , thread131-1174051 , thread131-1162907 , thread131-901526 for some ideas.

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