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Message Posted: Tue, 13 Jul 2004 @ 20:57:55 GMT
We run monthly reports based on a period end date. We store all period end dates in a table and show the most current one in a view that you can join to other tables to report only on that period end date. However, when we join to this view, our reports run extremely slowly, as opposed to just hardcoding in the period_end_date (i.e., t1.period_end_date = '2004-05-31' vs. t1.period_end_date = t2.period_end_date).
When we hard code the date, our query only looks at records that have this period_end_date, thus running the query faster. When we use the join to the current period end date view, the query reads every record in every table regardless of period end date and then at the end filters by the current period end date.
Any suggestions on how better to automate reports using a current period or date?
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