I was looking for a solution solving divide by zero problem without using case (the query was already too complex) and this is THE solution! I want division to throw the error because it's the flag that something is wrong. Please let me know if you need more information. Oct 14, 2010 at 11:42 AM Håkan Winther I generally use this for percentages where zero is required. http://applecountry.net/divide-by/divide-by-zero-error-encountered-sqlstate-22012.php
I am shocked that this gets 71 upvotes! I went with the following: ISNULL( (SUM(foo) / NULLIF(SUM(bar),0) ), 0) AS Avg –Andrew Steitz Mar 1 '13 at 20:45 1 I did not know this solution. I have hundreds of friends. Just a side note: I would not return 0 when AttTotal is zero and ClubTotal is greater than zero. have a peek here
Mike Henke Oct 8, 2009 at 3:28 PM 10 Comments For Oracle, you might try something like this: columnname1/decode(columnname2,0,null) Tammy Jan 22, 2010 at 10:54 AM 1 Comments Thanks!!! if we simply use (17/17/17.0), it will not give erro because now the sql server will converting the values in decimal.Reply Andre January 5, 2015 3:10 pmDue to the datatype of Isn't that more expensive than an elevated system? Good to know about NULLIF Oct 14, 2010 at 09:07 AM ozamora Håkan Winther Nope, the case statement is not any faster because NULLIF is the case statememt.
Thanks.Reply Logan December 29, 2014 8:04 amThe denominator resolves to 0 since all numbers are integers and inside of the parenthesis the division is solved from left to right. 17/17 = You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. 6 Responses to "Fixing Error: 8134 (Devided By Zero Error Encountered) in SQLServer" Arthur said April 20, 2012 at 12:35 Here is my test: -- test data create table dbo.IsnullAndNullifVersusCase ( col1 int not null identity(1, 1) primary key clustered, col2 int not null ); go this is painfully slow, but Error Divide By 0 In 128 Bit Arithmetic In Netezza Loans that change lives — Find out more » Reader Comments Robert Rawlins Oct 3, 2007 at 9:52 AM 54 Comments Niiiiiiiiiiiice!I've had this problem in strange statistics data for a
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, Rock On! I feel like with every SQL server release, they're just adding more cool stuff. Rewrite the query as: SELECT club_id, males, females, males/NULLIF(females, 0) AS ratio FROM school_clubs; Any number divided by NULL gives NULL, and no error is generated.
GitHub | Twitter | LinkedIn | Google+ | Facebook SQL Journey Journey of SQL Server & Microsoft Business Intelligence Home Post List Contact Categories Excel (1) Interview Questions (12) Operating System Divide By Zero Error Encountered. The Statement Has Been Terminated please help me out. In other words, behind the schenes SQL Server rearranges the logic to: SELECT col1, col2, col3 FROM T1 WHERE col1 > 0 AND col2/col1 > 0.1; And we already know How to find files that contain one criterion but exclude a different criterion Physically locating the server Tenant claims they paid rent in cash and that it was stolen from a
CREATE MEMBER CURRENTCUBE.[Measures].[Cumulative % of the total quantity] AS IIF( IsEmpty([Measures].[Total quantity]) OR [Measures].[Total quantity]=0, NULL, [Measures].[Cumulative quantity] / [Measures].[Total quantity]), FORMAT_STRING = "Percent", VISIBLE = 1; The IIF statement means To set a default value, we could use the ISNULL() or COALESCE() functions: