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Problem with Raw SQL Report Query

The following is valid SQL:

[code]
SET @start = '2014-09-01 00:00:00';
SET @end = '2014-09-30 23:59:59';

SELECT
CONCAT(u.first, ' ', u.last) AS 'Full Name',
c.outgoing AS '# of Outgoing Calls',
c.incoming AS '# of Incoming Calls',
td.transfers AS '# of Transfers',
td.deals AS '# of Deals',
td.dealsAmount AS 'Amount of Deals'
FROM teamLenderUsers tlu
INNER JOIN users u ON tlu.lenderUserId = u.id
LEFT OUTER JOIN (
SELECT a.oldLenderUserId AS 'lenderUserId',
COUNT(a.id) AS 'transfers',
COUNT(d.id) AS 'deals',
SUM(d.amount) AS 'dealsAmount'
FROM assignments a
LEFT OUTER JOIN deals d ON a.borrowerId = d.borrowerId AND d.deleted IS NULL AND d.dateClosed IS NOT NULL
INNER JOIN teamLenderUsers tlu ON a.oldLenderUserId = tlu.lenderUserId AND (tlu.deleted IS NULL OR tlu.deleted > @start)
WHERE a.deleted IS NULL
AND a.created BETWEEN @start AND @end
GROUP BY a.oldLenderUserId
) td ON u.id = td.lenderUserId
LEFT OUTER JOIN (
SELECT
a.lenderUserId AS 'lenderUserId',
SUM(IF(a.type = 'outgoing', 1, 0)) AS 'outgoing',
SUM(IF(a.type = 'incoming', 1, 0)) AS 'incoming'
FROM calls a
INNER JOIN teamLenderUsers tlu ON a.lenderUserId = tlu.lenderUserId AND (tlu.deleted IS NULL OR tlu.deleted > @start)
WHERE a.deleted IS NULL
AND a.created BETWEEN @start AND @end
GROUP BY a.lenderUserId
) c ON u.id = c.lenderUserId
WHERE tlu.teamId = 32
AND tlu.role IN ('tl+', 'ls')
AND (tlu.deleted IS NULL OR tlu.deleted > @start);
[/code]

However, it fails to validate when I input it in the SQL Report builder with the following error:

You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'SET @end = '2014-09-30 23:59:59';

SELECT
CONCAT(u.first, ' ', u.last) AS '' at line 2

Can anyone tell me what Yellowfin expects here?
It appears I can't edit my post, however I thought I should clarify that this query is being run against MySQL 5.5.38.

Thanks.
Hi,

It looks like you're trying to use T-SQL in the Yellowfin report builder.
Unfortunately we only support standard SQL for freehand SQL reports/calc fields.

The only way to use T-SQL in Yellowfin is to create a stored procedure in your DB, and then use the create view > Stored Procedure .

Sorry for the bad news, and hope this explains what you're seeing.

Please let me know if you have any questions on this.

Regards,
David

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