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Is there a way to recreate this Access SQL Command in SQL Server?

Switch([DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.BASD,Now())/30<24 Or [Dwell_DT]=[PEBD] And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.PEBD,Now())/30<24 Or [DWELL_DT]=[BESD] And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.BESD,Now())/30<24,'B',[DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.BASD,Now())/30>24 Or [DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.PEBD And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.PEBD,Now())/30>24 Or [DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.BESD And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.BESD,Now())/30>24,'N',[DWELL_DT]<>tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff("d",[DWELL_DT],Now())/30>0 And DateDiff("d",[DWELL_DT],Now())/30<=12,'1',[DWELL_DT]<>tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff("d",[DWELL_DT],Now())/30>12 And DateDiff("d",[DWELL_DT],Now())/30<=24,'2',[DWELL_DT]<>tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff("d",[DWELL_DT],Now())/30>24,'3',IsNull([DWELL_DT]),'D') AS Dwell
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Question by:cory_booth
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
ID: 17074130
DATEDIFF(dd, urColumn, GETDATE())
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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something like this:

select case when [DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff(day,tblACTIVE.BASD,Getdate())/30<24 Or [Dwell_DT]=[PEBD] And DateDiff(day,tblACTIVE.PEBD,getdate())/30<24 Or [DWELL_DT]=[BESD] And DateDiff(day,tblACTIVE.BESD,getdate())/30<24 then 'B'[DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff("d",tblACTIVE.BASD,Now())/30>24 Or [DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.PEBD And DateDiff(day,tblACTIVE.PEBD,getdate())/30>24 Or [DWELL_DT]=tblACTIVE.BESD And DateDiff(day,tblACTIVE.BESD,getdate())/30>24,'N',[DWELL_DT]<>tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff(day,[DWELL_DT],getdate())/30>0 And DateDiff(day,[DWELL_DT],getdate())/30<=12 then '1' when [DWELL_DT]<>tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff(day,[DWELL_DT],getdate())/30>12 And DateDiff(day,[DWELL_DT],getdate())/30<=24 then  '2' when [DWELL_DT]<>tblACTIVE.BASD And DateDiff(day,[DWELL_DT],getdate())/30>24 then '3' else IsNull([DWELL_DT]),'D') end AS Dwell

however, you will need more () around the and and or clauses otherwise you get wrong results.
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by:cory_booth
ID: 17074236
Switch(
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD, GETDATE()) / 30 < 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.PEBD] AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLDER_T.PEBD, GETDATE()) / 30 < 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BESD] AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLDER_T.BESD, GETDATE()) / 30 < 24, 'B',
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD, GETDATE()) / 30 > 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLDER_T.PEBD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLDER_T.PEBD, GETDATE()) / 30 > 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLDER_T.BESD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLDER_T.BESD, GETDATE()) / 30 > 24, 'N',
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] <> dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE())
                      / 30 > 0 AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE()) / 30 <= 12, '1',
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] <> dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE())
                      / 30 > 12 AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE()) / 30 <= 24, '2',
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] <> dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE()) / 30 > 24,
                      '3', IsNull([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT]), 'D') AS Dwell

I receive errors on the Parse statement
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by:cory_booth
ID: 17074322
CASE WHEN (([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD, GETDATE())
                      / 30 < 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.PEBD] AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.PEBD, GETDATE()) / 30 < 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BESD] AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BESD, GETDATE()) / 30 < 24) THEN 'B',
                      ([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD, GETDATE()) / 30 > 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.PEBD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.PEBD, GETDATE()) / 30 > 24 OR
                      [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] = dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BESD AND DateDiff(dd, dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BESD, GETDATE()) / 30 > 24) THEN 'N',
                      ([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] <> dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE())
                      / 30 > 0 AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE()) / 30 <= 12) THEN '1',
                      ([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] <> dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE())
                      / 30 > 12 AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE()) / 30 <= 24) THEN '2',
                      ([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT] <> dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.BASD AND DateDiff(dd, [dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT], GETDATE())
                      / 30 > 24) THEN '3', (IsNull([dbo.EMILPO_SOLD_T.DWELL_ST_DT]) THEN 'D')) END AS Dwell


Incorrect keyword near "THEN"

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by:cory_booth
ID: 17074592
Looked up the case statement,

Had to throw in the WHENS
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