Claim #: 1, Date: 6/12/05, Seq. #: 1, OutRes $1500
Claim #: 1, Date: 10/1/05, Seq. #: 2, OutRes $2000
Claim #: 1, Date: 10/19/05, Seq. #: 3, OutRes $0
Claim #1, Prior Reserve 2000, Current Reserve 0.
I can't seem to get the syntax right. Any thoughts on what I'm missing?
SELECT TOP 2 OutRes,Seq FROM Claim ORDER BY Date DESC,Seq DESC
That'll return 2 rows, the first is the current reserve. The second (if there is one) will return the prior reserve.
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