02-12-2014 12:26 PM
%prvadit(2); %prvadit(3); %prvadit(4); %prvadit(5); %prvadit(9);
create table prvadr as
select prpr_id, prad_state, prad_zip, min(datepart(prad_eff_dt)) as effdt,
max(datepart(prad_term_dt)) as trmdt
group by prpr_id, prad_state, prad_zip;
02-12-2014 02:43 PM
i need to change above code to Microsoft SQl code i am not understanding few lines here
What does mean ; %prvadit(2); %prvadit(3); %prvadit(4); %prvadit(5); %prvadit(9);
and what is proc sql;
02-12-2014 03:06 PM
First, you are asking for SQL Server guidance, that is better searched for elsewhere.
Second, those are macro calls. You need to find and look into those macro definition to see what they mean.
Sounds like you are migrating a SAS application to SQL Server, so perhaps the SAS community might have mixed feelings about helping you out... ;-)
02-12-2014 03:15 PM
I only do when it's for free, if I'm being paid then it's fine
Hire a SAS/SQL consultant to do the work.
But I'm pretty sure someone else will answer the question as well.