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maverick123
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

 

I'm getting following error: Syntax error: expected something between the 'and' keyword and the 'month' keyword. 

 

Code:

select a.*, b.* from table1 a inner join table2 b 

on a.client = b.client AND month(a.date1) = month(b.date2);

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LinusH
Tourmaline | Level 20

Please share the full log.

Data never sleeps
maverick123
Calcite | Level 5

 SELECT
 a.*,  b.*
 FROM table1 a
 INNER JOIN table2 b
 ON a.client = b.client and month(b.trans_dt) = month(a.cycle_dt)

ERROR: Teradata prepare: Syntax error: expected something between the 'and' keyword and the 'month' keyword.

Reeza
Super User

Post your full code and log. 

 

If you're using SQL Pass Thru then you need to be using Teradata functions, where MONTH() may not be a Teradata function. 

 


@maverick123 wrote:

 SELECT
 a.*,  b.*
 FROM table1 a
 INNER JOIN table2 b
 ON a.client = b.client and month(b.trans_dt) = month(a.cycle_dt)

ERROR: Teradata prepare: Syntax error: expected something between the 'and' keyword and the 'month' keyword.


 

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