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add if check

Posted on 2007-03-21
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-30
I need to add a check for a level 4 to display a serial number rstSelect![serial_number]  

The current code loks like the one below:
p_vntSalesOrderDetails(3, intRecordCount) = IIf(rstSelect![Level] = 1, rstSelect![art_descr], Trim(rstSelect![physical_article]) + " - " + rstSelect![art_descr] + rstSelect![serial_number])

before the + rstSelect![serial number] I need to add something like IIf(rstSelect![Level] = 4, rstSelect![serial_number]

i just don't know the correct syntax on this
Question by:itortu
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ID: 18767725
i am using vb6 by the way.

thank you for your help.
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Try with a null..

p_vntSalesOrderDetails(3, intRecordCount) = IIf(rstSelect![Level] = 1, rstSelect![art_descr], Trim(rstSelect![physical_article]) + " - " + rstSelect![art_descr] + IIf(rstSelect![Level]=4,rstSelect![serial_number]), Null)


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