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I have number of loan related data in sql database and I want to process each records based on some logic. Logic and sample is as follows. I want to split EMI amount in multiple days/months slab

I have One record like.
```Ac Balance     EMI     CurrentDate CloseDate
1  488568.00   5512    08-04-2022  08-04-2026```

OutPut required

```1-30Days 30-90Days 90-180days 6-12Months 13-36Months  36-60Months  Total
5512     11024     16536      33072      137800       284626       488568```

I have around 8000 records.

What I have tried:

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Updated 19-Aug-22 3:42am
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## Solution 1

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## Solution 2

In addition to Solution 1 ...
You have not described your logic and it is not clear what your logic is to get to those figures.

You seem to
- switch between a 30 day month and a calendar month (I am assuming that EMI is the amount to accumulate each month / 30 days)
- switch between applying the figures to the beginning of the range then to the middle (by the methods I tried 137800 is reached in month 24 (or 25 depending on my first point) and not month 13 nor 36
- be inconsistent in your ranges 6-12 months is followed by 13-36 months, but then that is followed by 36-60 months

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Start by working out how you are going to get those numbers (or the correct numbers)

Now some suggestions on how you might start to code it up
- You will need a lists of Dates (often called a Dimension Table - here is an example Creating a Date Dimension Table - Overview, Importance, Methods[^] (Warning - pop up offering free courses, ignore and dismiss it)
- You will probably want to have a cross join between that table and your data table (see Cross Join Introduction – Create Row Combinations[^] )
- To get the data in the format you need you will need to know about Pivot Simple Way To Use Pivot In SQL Query[^] and GROUP BY (Transact-SQL) - SQL Server | Microsoft Docs[^]

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Hemil Gandhi 19-Aug-22 8:50am
I have tried the following , any other / faster way to do it??
create table #alm
(
acno varchar(10)
,emi numeric(10)
,balance numeric(10)
,cdate date
,ldate date
,dy numeric(10)
,"2D-7D" numeric(10)
,"8D-14D" numeric(10)
,"15D-28D" numeric(10)
,"29D-89D" numeric(10)
,"90D-6M" numeric(10)
,"6M-12M" numeric(10)
,"12M-36M" numeric(10)
,"36M-60M" numeric(10)
,"Abv60M" numeric(10))

insert into #alm(acno,emi,balance,cdate,ldate) values (1,5512,488568.00,GETDATE(),'2022-08-04')

update #alm set dy =
case when (balance/emi)<datediff(month, getdate(),="" '2025-08-04')="" then="" (balance="" emi)="" else="" datediff(day,="" '2025-10-30')="" end

update="" #alm="" set="" "15d-28d"="balance,"29D-89D"=0,"90D-6M"=0,"6M-12M"=0,"12M-36M"=0,"36M-60M"=0,"Abv60M"=0" where="" dy<="28
update" dy="">=29 and dy<=89
update #alm set "15D-28D"=emi,"29D-89D"=emi*2,"90D-6M"=balance-(emi*3),"6M-12M"=0,"12M-36M"=0,"36M-60M"=0,"Abv60M"=0 where dy>=90 and dy<=180
update #alm set "15D-28D"=emi,"29D-89D"=emi*2,"90D-6M"=emi*3,"6M-12M"=balance-(emi*6),"12M-36M"=0,"36M-60M"=0,"Abv60M"=0 where dy>=181 and dy<=365
update #alm set "15D-28D"=emi,"29D-89D"=emi*2,"90D-6M"=emi*3,"6M-12M"=emi*6,"12M-36M"=balance-(emi*12),"36M-60M"=0,"Abv60M"=0 where dy>=366 and dy<=1095
update #alm set "15D-28D"=emi,"29D-89D"=emi*2,"90D-6M"=emi*3,"6M-12M"=emi*6,"12M-36M"=emi*24,"36M-60M"=balance-(emi*36),"Abv60M"=0 where dy>=1096 and dy<=1825
update #alm set "15D-28D"=emi,"29D-89D"=emi*2,"90D-6M"=emi*3,"6M-12M"=emi*6,"12M-36M"=emi*24,"36M-60M"=emi*24,"Abv60M"=balance-(emi*60) where dy>=1826
CHill60 19-Aug-22 10:08am
That query has spurious double-quotes and equals signs. It doesn't compile.
From first glance it won't work after that either. What results do you get from that?
Hemil Gandhi 21-Aug-22 1:08am
Actual query is working , some how after pasting doble quote is added by system.