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I have an existing query in Access that I need to get into SQL server. The query has an immediate if. SQL does not seem to use the IIF function. How might I write this in SQL?

SELECT MtgReg.MtgID, MtgReg.RegNum, HStatus.HStatusName, IIf(HStatus.HStatusName<>"Reserved",Null,Sum(([MtgHInv].[RmRate]*(DateDiff("d",[ADate],[DDate]))))) AS HotelCost FROM .....
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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replace the IIF by CASE statements:

SELECT MtgReg.MtgID, MtgReg.RegNum, HStatus.HStatusName,
case when HStatus.HStatusName<>"Reserved" then Null
     else Sum(([MtgHInv].[RmRate]*(DateDiff("d",[ADate],[DDate])) ))
AS HotelCost FROM .....

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 400 total points
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further corrections:


SELECT MtgReg.MtgID, MtgReg.RegNum, HStatus.HStatusName,
case when HStatus.HStatusName<>'Reserved' then Null
    else Sum(([MtgHInv].[RmRate]*(DateDiff(day,[ADate],[DDate])) ))
AS HotelCost FROM .....

Cheers

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by:susantrider
ID: 6384448
angellll, This worked for me. Thanks!
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