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Filter the values from the source in merge query in mssql

By : Mariely Farrera
Date : October 14 2020, 08:10 PM
it should still fix some issue You could wrap the values clause with a select statement, using top 1 with ties and order by row_number... - like this:
code :
MERGE tableA AS t
                ('datakeyA1', 'datetime value'), 
                ('datakeyB1', 'datetime value'),
                ('datakeyA1', 'max datetime value')
            ) AS s (Key1, datetime)
        ) s
        ON s.Key1 = t.Key1
    SET    Val = s.datetime
    INSERT (Key1, datetime)
    VALUES (s.Key1, s.datetime);

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Cannot find source of IndexSearcher.search(Query query, Filter filter, int n)

By : user3815735
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. Here's the version for Lucene 3.3

Filter source array based on the current filter and put its certain values to the ng-repeat item

By : TWei
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. You can use a filter for this.
The logic is simple:
code :
var app = angular.module('flight-schedule', []);

app.controller('SelectCtrl', function($scope) {
  $scope.flights = [
      city: 'Ashgabat',
      destinations: ['Almaty', 'Amritsar']
      city: 'Amritsar',
      destinations: ['Ashgabat']
      city: 'Almaty',
      destinations: ['Ashgabat']

  $scope.schedules = [{
    "city_from": "Ashgabat",
    "city_to": "Almaty",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-717",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 5,
    "dep_time": "08-40",
    "land_time": "12-30",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-718"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Ashgabat",
    "city_to": "Almaty",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-715",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 7,
    "dep_time": "20-20",
    "land_time": "*00-10",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-716"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Almaty",
    "city_to": "Ashgabat",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-718",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 5,
    "dep_time": "14-00",
    "land_time": "16-00",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-715"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Almaty",
    "city_to": "Ashgabat",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-716",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 1,
    "dep_time": "01-40",
    "land_time": "03-40",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-717"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Ashgabat",
    "city_to": "Amritsar",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-551",
    "aircraft": "B-757-200",
    "dep_day": 1,
    "dep_time": "06-20",
    "land_time": "09-30",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-552"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Ashgabat",
    "city_to": "Amritsar",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-715",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 3,
    "dep_time": "03-25",
    "land_time": "06-35",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-554"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Amritsar",
    "city_to": "Ashgabat",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-718",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 2,
    "dep_time": "06-30",
    "land_time": "08-45",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-553"
  }, {
    "city_from": "Amritsar",
    "city_to": "Ashgabat",
    "aviacompany": "Türkmenhowaýollary DMG",
    "flight_num": "T5-716",
    "aircraft": "B-737-700",
    "dep_day": 3,
    "dep_time": "08-05",
    "land_time": "10-20",
    "ret_flight_num": "T5-551"

// you call this filter using "flight.ret_flight_num | ret_flight_filter"
app.filter('ret_flight_filter', function() {
  return function(input /* flight.ret_flight_num */, 
                  prop /* the property you want to display */, 
                  collection /* schedules */, 
                  propToCompare /* flight.flight_num - by this parameter we can find the ret_flight_num */) {
    var founded = collection.filter(function(item) {
      return item[propToCompare] == input;

    if (founded.length > 0) {
      return founded[0][prop];
table {
  border-collapse: collapse;
  text-align: center;
td, th {
  border: 1px solid #ddd;
.gray {
  background-color: #ccc;
<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/angularjs/1.0.3/angular.min.js"></script>

<body ng-app="flight-schedule">
  <h4>Flight schedules</h4>
  <div ng-controller="SelectCtrl">
      <p>Departure city:
        <select ng-model="data.dep_city" ng-options="option as option.city for option in flights">
          <option value="">Select departure city</option>
      Selected deparure city: <strong>{{data.dep_city.city}}</strong>
      <p>Arrival city:
        <select ng-model="data.arr_city" ng-options="item for item in data.dep_city.destinations">
          <option value="">Select arrival city</option>
      Selected arrival city: <strong>{{data.arr_city}}</strong>
        <th>Flight number</th>
        <th>Departure day</th>
        <th>Departure time</th>
        <th>Landing time</th>
        <th class="gray">Return flight number</th>
        <th>Return flight departure day</th>
        <th>Return flight departure time</th>
        <th>Return flight landing time</th>
        <tr ng-repeat="flight in schedules | filter:{city_from: data.dep_city.city, city_to: data.arr_city}">
          <td class="gray">{{flight.ret_flight_num}}</td>
          <td>{{flight.ret_flight_num | ret_flight_filter: 'dep_day': schedules: 'flight_num'}}</td>
          <td>{{flight.ret_flight_num | ret_flight_filter: 'dep_time': schedules: 'flight_num'}}</td>
          <td>{{flight.ret_flight_num | ret_flight_filter: 'land_time': schedules: 'flight_num'}}</td>
      <caption>Flight schedules</caption>

Filter values with a join MSSQL

By : Andrea
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Since nothing is wrong with the data or the code the only conclusion is that the row with A.[G_L Account No_] NOT IN was not executed.
You probably didn't mark it by mistake... :-)

MSSQL database query translate given values

By : 陈林平
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I have simple MSSQL query:
code :
SELECT CASE WHEN tw_todo = 'T' THEN 1 ELSE 0 END as td FROM tw__work

Why is it no slower to SELECT into a temp table then MERGE than it is just to MERGE from the source query?

By : user2037685
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Provided that the amount of data put into the temp table isn't too large, the server should be able to keep it all in memory and not have to spill it out to disk. As such, B in your A -> B, B -> C is exceptionally cheap to access compared to C (and possibly A). You normally expect I/O costs to swamp most others in straightforward queries.
In the grand scheme of things, I'd still prefer the single MERGE if it's performing adequately enough. Don't try to help SQL Server out by breaking up the task into a series of subtasks - that's a job for the optimizer, and whilst it may not always pick an optimal plan, it will usually pick one that's good enough.
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