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sql vbscript     if record null then

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I want to skip over a record if it is null so it does not print the section of the data

currently I have this which does not work

<% IF (NOT ISNULL (rs("OrgPhoneTTY"))) THEN %>
<div>TTY  <%=rs("OrgPhoneTTY")%></div>
<% end if %>

but it still prints the TTY if its empty
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Commented:
Most likely it is not NULL but empty string. Try it this way ...

<% IF (NOT ISNULL (rs("OrgPhoneTTY"))) THEN %>
<% IF (TRIM(rs("OrgPhoneTTY")) <> "") THEN %>
<div>TTY  <%=rs("OrgPhoneTTY")%></div>
<% end if %>
<% end if %>

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Commented:
Empty is different than null. Are you sure that rs("OrgPhoneTTY") is returning null and not just an empty string? What you can probably do is change it to this:

<% IF (NOT rs("OrgPhoneTTY") <> "" ) THEN %>
<div>TTY  <%=rs("OrgPhoneTTY")%></div>
<% end if %>
Both previous expert comments could be correct.  if you go with amit's then you should do it all in 1 IF statement:

<% If Not isNull(rs("OrgPhoneTTY")) OR rs("OrgPhoneTTY")<>"" Then %>
<div>TTY  <%=rs("OrgPhoneTTY")%></div>
<% End If %>

~ MastaLlama ~
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