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Need Assistance - Review Date rpt with a twist

Need Assistance - Review Date rpt with a twist

Need Assistance - Review Date rpt with a twist

Hi there . . . SQL Servier - ADP Enterprise
I am creating a Next Review Date report for our company scorecard and need to look at historical records.  


I am looking for the REVIEW_DT and NEXT_REVIEW_DT that were active as of the JOB tables EFFECTIVE DATE (which is were I put in the historical date).  If I dont put selection criteria on the review date I get all their records, and if I put the 'SELECT MAX' formula in the selection criteria I obviously am getting their MAXIMUM or current row.  Does anyone know how to get the review date information as of the effective date I enter?

Thank you!!

RE: Need Assistance - Review Date rpt with a twist

I have the Effective Date option correct on the Job Table, however no matter what date I put in there the NEXT REVIEW DATE always picks up the MAX, or duplicates depending on the formula (or no formula) that I enter into the selection crieria.

I am thinking it may be because the PS_EMPLOYEE_REVIEW table is not effective dated in the 'normal' way?

RE: Need Assistance - Review Date rpt with a twist

Do a Selection Critera like this:

Data Field REVIEW.REVIEW_DT is equal to formula

Here is a formula that will get the max review that is less then or equal to the JOB_EFFDT:


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