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Job code Change Report help

Job code Change Report help

Job code Change Report help

I built a job code change report in Reportsmith that is supposed to return from and to dates for each job code. My 2 sql criteria statements test out fine, and my 2 derived fields test out fine, but when I hit done all I get in return is ORA-00933:SQL command not properly ended. I am not a programmer, so I don't even know where to start looking for how to fix this error. Can anyone help me?

RE: Job code Change Report help

Could be an ODBC driver error. If you can try connecting to Oracle without using ODBC.

John Sakalauskas

RE: Job code Change Report help

I have had this problem before.

You said you are using SQL statements.  I assume these are derived fields.  Put () around the whole derived field.  Next, put a space in front of each line of the SQL - should look like this:

           FROM PS_JOB i
           WHERE i.EMPLID = J.EMPLID
             AND i.EMPL_RCD_NBR = J.EMPL_RCD_NBR
             AND i.EFFDT <= SYSDATE)) AND
          (J.EMPL_STATUS IN ('A', 'L', 'S')) ))

Notice () around the whole SQL derive field and the space in front of the 2nd and 3rd rows.

Hope that helps.

RSGeek at WI dot RR dot COM

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