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Old December 1st, 2005, 12:47 PM
robprell robprell is offline
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Sorry this does not make sense to me. Why do you want to use a case statement in a where clause. Why not just use the same type of where logic you were using and eliminate the case entirely. If you stick to "and" & "or" logic entirely (no case) your live will be much happier. There is nothing in your case you can't do with and/or.