HI I have a requirement and a query with me but need to run that query to show data as it ran on last Tuesday of each month for past 12 months.
So for current month the logic should be as follows:
When the query runs on 5 Jun 18 (1stTuesday of current month) it should store the value against month column Jun'18 as say "a"
when the query runs on 12 Jun 18 (2ndTuesday of current month) it should replace the value "a" from above with whatever value is obtained then say "b"
when the query runs on 19Jun 18 (3rdTuesday of current month) it should replace the value "b" from above with whatever value is obtained then say "c"
when the query runs on 26 Jun 18 (4thTuesday of current month) it should replace the value "c" from above with whatever value is obtained then say "d"
Once it reads the 4th Tuesday as last Tuesdayof the month in this case it should retain it's value "d"
Later for next Tuesday it needs to create another month column say July and follow the same steps as above.
Let me know of you can get this done so I can share more details on this later.
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Yes I can put together an algorithm in PL / SQL to solve the problem, could you please give me the details about this?