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711 Aug 2016 @ 08:41 PDTDatabaseReplyCan we find out Column Level Mismatches between 2 Tables in Terdata?Hi AtardecerR0j0, Yes that way came to my mind too but the challenge here it will be when i am dealing with a table with more number of columns. Isn't it? Any other way can it be achive...
611 Aug 2016 @ 03:46 PDTDatabaseTopicCan we find out Column Level Mismatches between 2 Tables in Terdata?I mean to Say when we do a MINUS on TD it returns the Entire Row where the Mismacth is Found. My Question is is there any possibilty where we can find the Column Where Mismatch has Occured and not ...
511 Aug 2016 @ 03:19 PDTDatabaseReplyCapturing MAX marks for Each Student when the MArks are in ColumnsThanks a lot! Its a great solution
411 Aug 2016 @ 02:52 PDTDatabaseReplyCapturing Versions when there is a Change in a Column Value else keep the Earliest if ConsecutiveThanks Alot!
311 Aug 2016 @ 01:47 PDTDatabaseTopicCapturing MAX marks for Each Student when the MArks are in Columns  Consider the Below Scenario  - ID|MATHS|PHYSICS|CHEMISTRY 1|50|60|70 2|70|60|40 3|50|80|70 4|50|100|70 5|90|60|70   I want to get the Result where it will display the maxi...
211 Aug 2016 @ 01:42 PDTDatabaseReplyCapturing Versions when there is a Change in a Column Value else keep the Earliest if ConsecutiveHi @AtardecerR0j0  Thank You So Much for the Solution this is Exactly what i was looking for !  I am New to Teradata can you please explain me once how it is working in Steps?   ...
110 Aug 2016 @ 03:16 PDTDatabaseTopicCapturing Versions when there is a Change in a Column Value else keep the Earliest if ConsecutiveHi Experts Can you All please suggest how this can be achived in TD- Consider the Sample Source Data - ID|START_DATE|VALUE 110333005|2000-05-03 00:00:00.000000|0.00 110333005|2014-01-08 12:38:4...