SET Deny_Cd = (SELECT Deny_Code
WHERE claim = x.Claim
AND Edit_Code = (SELECT MIN(SUBSTRING
WHERE claim = x.claim
AND deny_code != null)),
Checkk_Date = getdate(),
Change_Date = getdate(),
Change_Init = 'CISEdtTx'
FROM CPSA_CIS_Edit_Processing x
WHERE Med_Claims.Claim = x.Claim
AND x.Process_Action = 'Deny'
AND x.Deny_Code != null
Table data is:
Claim Episode Edit_Code Edit_Action Deny_Code Process_Action
- 05207E20K4 F78N51 F78 Deny D490
- 05207E20K4 F78N51 N51 Deny D051 Deny
- 05226E90S7 N51F75 F75 Deny D480
- 05226E90S7 N51F75 N51 Deny D051 Deny
- 05226E93EG N53F77 F77 Deny D491
- 05226E93EG N53F77 N53 Deny D430 Deny
- 05226EC146 F26N30 F26 None [NULL]
- 05226EC146 F26N30 N30 Deny D Deny
- 05226EC1C5 N63N207 N207 Deny D207
- 05226EC1C5 N63N207 N63 Deny D420 Deny
- 05226EC2FU N63F83 F83 Deny D
- 05226EC2FU N63F83 N63 Deny D420 Deny
I also tried to use a case statement for the set and had the same problem.
Thing IS NOT NULL
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