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Using CTE Common Common Table Expressions

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I have set of standard tables like Products, Customers, Orders, OrderDetails, and so on - but I need to run reports on a particular subset of the data or categorize the tables to make it one or few big tables to generate reports.
I am wondering which approach is good, using Common Table Expressions or the stored procedure or if you have any good approach please suggest
Jun 21 '07 #1
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Purple
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Hi,

have you considered defining a set of views for the reporting requirements

Purple
Jun 21 '07 #2

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No. The company standard is not to use any views. So, I can not use any views.
Jun 21 '07 #3

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It dipends.
If you use crystal reports for meke reports you can use stored procedure with parameters.

Or you can crate neutral tabele where you insert the data you need you must add a field like WorkstationId that contains the unique name in your natwork of pc that request the data.

You make table like this :

Cod
Cod1
Description
Descriptio1n
Price
Qty
.
.
.
.
Wkid

You insert your data always in your netrual table fo every user that need reports.
Before a user start inetrrogation you delete the data in the table that exist for that user and after execute the querys that populate the neutral table.
Jun 22 '07 #4

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