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Re: have View need Stored Proc



fixed

the issue is, there is a massive amount of data. I asked the user and she
said most of the time they run the report for periods over the past 2 years
but sometimes it can be more past dates.
So I was thinking of creating one view for past 2 years and another view
for previous years.

Wouldn't it be faster that way? Currently, it takes about 30+ minutes to
run the report. All the Links are being done in the Reporting tool, it
queries 5 Logical files on the IBM i.

Since I now have 1 View for all these, I also want to see if other formulas
the tool is doing might be better to be done in the View. But still I
anticipate this as time taking.


On Tue, Sep 17, 2013 at 8:51 AM, Hoteltravelfundotcom <
hoteltravelfun@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I see, this is good. But I was thinking of the time taking to read. I
thought it would be faster as a stored procedure.


On Mon, Sep 16, 2013 at 7:00 PM, Birgitta Hauser <Hauser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Why not simply adding a WHERE clause from within the reporting tool that
selects the records with the desired dates from the view?

Select * from View
Where IDDOCD between FirstDate and LastDate;

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards

Birgitta Hauser

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Brown)
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Gesendet: Monday, 16.9 2013 22:21
An: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Betreff: have View need Stored Proc

I did finally get that view to work. What I would like to do, and I am not
sure how, is to make a stored procedure so that this view will accept
dates
from and to params on the column IDDOCD. Then, if I am correct, the
reporting tool can accept this stored procedure via dates entered by the
user. I have not done SP in IBM i, so so far am bombing out. is there any
one can set me on the right path here?



CREATE VIEW astccdta.acsusage
AS (
SELECT
IARCC9, IDDOCD, IDCOM#, ADSFX#, IDPRT#, IDGRC#, IDENT#, IDSFX#, IDPRLC,
IDNTU$, IDSHP#, ASTDTA.ADRESSAD.ADFNM, ASTDTA.ADRESSAD.ADLNM,
ASTTRN.OEINHDIH.IHVIAC, ASTDTA.ADRESSAD.ADSTTC, IDINV# FROM
ASTDTA.OEINDLID
INNER JOIN ASTDTA.ICPRTMIA ON ASTDTA.OEINDLID.IDPRT# =
ASTDTA.ICPRTMIA.IAPRT# INNER JOIN ASTTRN.OEINHDIH ON
ASTDTA.OEINDLID.IDIDC#=ASTTRN.OEINHDIH.IHIDC#
INNER JOIN ASTDTA.ADRESSAD ON
ASTDTA.ADRESSAD.ADENT#=ASTTRN.OEINHDIH.IHENT#
WHERE ASTDTA.ICPRTMIA.IARCC9='ACS'
AND ASTDTA.OEINDLID.IDCOM#='001' AND ASTDTA.OEINDLID.IDPRT# LIKE 'ACS%')
)
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