Hi, I 've tried as many different SQL commands as I can and I cannot get the query to show me what I want.
14.2 SQL 2012 (on premise )
We have a custom attribute that holds a numeric number from a custom view. This number can be associated to 1 or many Clarity project ids.
I only want the query to retrieve the custom attribute number if ALL associated Clarity projects are inactive.
Custom attribute (xproject) = 12345
This value of 12345 is associated to the following Clarity projects:
project A - active
Project B- inactive
Project C - inactive
Custom attribute (xproject) = 55555
This one is associated to the following Clarity projects:
Project D = inactive
Project E = inactive
Project F = inactive
In my query, I would only want the results to show xproject 5555 (and nice if it would show the associated Clarity project id), since ALL of its associated clarity projects are inactive.
I have tried Where exists, the all command, group by w/ having and I cannot get it to ONLY show me the above. It will show me ALL projects or only those that are inactive.
This is the very basic query that I have been trying to manipulate with various commands. This will be part of a much larger query, but the larger part is all working, I just need to see if this requirement can be met.
select o.xproject, p.unique_name from odf_ca_project o
inner join srm_projects p on o.id= p.id
where p.IS_ACTIVE ='0'
this above would only show the inactive clarity projects, but it would return xproject 12345 AND 55555, where I just want it to show 55555. How do I manipulate the where clause or let me know if I need to include more information?