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Posting Yak Master

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Posted - 09/09/2013 :  16:24:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
CREATE TABLE #ProcessingList
Licence varchar(6),
[Description] varchar(50),
new_facilitiesmanagement_processingId varchar(50),
StatusCode INT,
ClearedFunds smalldatetime,
ItemValue Decimal(11,2),
ProcessedDate smalldatetime,
new_StatementID varchar(50)

INSERT INTO #ProcessingList
,(SELECT Label FROM #DISP WHERE #DISP.Id = [new_description]) AS description
FROM [MSCRM].[dbo].[new_facilitiesmanagement_processing]
WHERE new_ClearedFunds <= Convert(datetime, @ProcessDate, 103 )

This fills the # table with all records. Each record has a new_licenceName number which is unique to each customer. The new_ItemValue is a mixture of credit and debits. each customer will have an entry with a description of 'OPEN/BAL' What I want to do is add a where clause so that the # table is only populated with records for each customer where the sum of debits and credits are greater then the OPEN/BAL and each licence must have a credit other than open/bal


Would be included
Licence Description Val
999999 OPEN/BAL 10.00
999999 CREDIT 9.00
999999 DEBIT -1.00

Would NOT be included
Licence Description Val
999991 OPEN/BAL 10.00
999991 CREDIT 9.00
999991 DEBIT -9.00

Would NOT be included
Licence Description Val
999991 OPEN/BAL 10.00
999991 DEBIT -9.00
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