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Default converting Access 2000 views to Sql views

I'm converting queries from Access 2000 to SQL views. I need to covert the following expression from Access 2000 to SQL.

Volume: IIf([OriginalOrderNo] = 0, [ acsuorders_summary] ! [order_no], [OriginalOrderNo])as ordernum.

is there any chance i can use the same in sql plz help.

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Hi there is no equivelent IIF function in SQL. You need to either use:

      ..do something
      ..do someting

or Use a Case When statement:

Case <var or value to check>
   When <exp> Then <exp>

The Sql Books Online will be very helpful to you.

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