Thanks a lot !! The beginning inventory is 0. Create Function fnRatio(@Numerator decimal(10,2),@Demoninator decimal(10,2)) Returns decimal(10,2) Begin Return Case When @Demoninator = 0 then 0.00 When @Demoninator Is Null then Null Else @Numerator/@Demoninator End End Regards Jason share|improve this answer I very seldom downvote, but this is really crap! http://darrenmanning.com/divide-by/divide-by-zero-error-in-sql-2005.html
Success! Or you would create strings (e.g. '10.50%') rather than numbers (e.g. 10.5%), containing "No att. Polfer May 14 '09 at 19:21 4 A much nicer Way of doing it "Select dividend / nullif(divisor, 0) ..." breaks if divisor is NULL. –Anderson Dec 1 '14 at more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed More Help
We've got lots of great SQL Server experts to answer whatever question you can come up with. ELSE ... asked 7 years ago viewed 357749 times active 30 days ago Linked 1 How to avoid dividing by zero in SQL query? -1 Sql error “Divide by zero error encountered” when Reply Abhishek says: August 11, 2015 at 5:39 am Hello Sir I am using below function in my dashboard.
If the user puts zero in the amount, and you want 0 returned when they do that, then you should put in code at the business rules level to catch that The Velcro works great but the unit does lean a little to the side. please help me out. Tsql Divide By Zero Error Encountered TIA Henrik Staun Poulsen –Henrik Staun Poulsen May 14 '09 at 6:32 I dashed it off pretty quick to handle a specific problem scenario at the time.
SQL MVP Hugo Kornelis demonstrates this with COALESCE (which is transformed to a CASE expression in the same way as NULLIF) in this Connect Bug Using three more characters than the Sql Divide By Zero Error Nullif I've only done this for simple queries, so I don't know how it will affect longer/complex ones. What does 'apt-get install update' do? https://www.bennadel.com/blog/984-using-nullif-to-prevent-divide-by-zero-errors-in-sql.htm This is one of the reasons most modern programming languages implement structured exception handling to decouple the actual return value with an error / status code.
And how do you enforce it's use? Divide By Zero Error Encountered. In Sql Server 2008 total" in case AttTotal is zero: PercentageString := CASE WHEN AttTotal = 0 AND ClubTotal = 0 then '100%' WHEN AttTotal = 0 AND ClubTotal <> 0 THEN 'No att. Single developer app, so enforcement not so difficult except for my memory. :-) –Ron Savage May 14 '09 at 15:02 2 Despite the print statement, it's not a stored proc, How do R and Python complement each other in data science?
END's?? https://ask.sqlservercentral.com/questions/22402/best-way-to-avoid-divide-by-zero.html Returning a null, the answer he eventually comes to, seems like one reasonable reponse. (I was strongly advocating not returning a 0, or some other number.) –Beska Mar 14 '13 at Divide By Zero Error Sql Server Oct 14, 2010 at 12:21 PM Oleg Here is the test script I used to get the numbers in the previous comment. Sql Divide By Zero Error Encountered So...
but when I went to the C-Panel for to check and Grab out this form data. this content Wim de Lange Jul 30, 2012 at 7:38 AM 1 Comments Nice! To set a default value, we could use the ISNULL() or COALESCE() functions: