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satishboddu

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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2013 3:14 pm
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Hi ,

I have an Employee table which has employee records, I need to write a query which fetches employee records from the table based on certain criteria and also for each employee i need more than one output records in the result set of the query.

Example :

Code:
EMP_NO   EMP_Name   DOJ                 
101           Satish          01-05-2009
102           Srinu            04-20-2010

Output
Code:
EMP_NO   EMP_NAME       DOJ             WORK_SHIFT
101           Satish          01-05-2009          D
101           Satish          01-05-2009          N
102           Srinu            04-20-2010          D
102           Srinu            04-20-2010          N

How do we achieve this in SQL ?

Thanks in Advance

Satish ..
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PostPosted: Thu May 09, 2013 3:26 pm
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Code:
SELECT EMP_NO ,EMP_Name, DOJ,'D'
FROM <TABLENAME>
WHERE <CONDITION>
UNION ALL
SELECT EMP_NO ,EMP_Name, DOJ,'N'
FROM <TABLENAME>
WHERE <CONDITION>
;
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