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stored procedure determines which query to run based on value sent from vb.net application

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I have a stored procedure that I execute from my VB.NET application.  I want to have 2 query options in the sproc so it will return different values depending on the variable I send to the sproc.

In my code I have option 1 query and option 2 query.

How can I run only one query based on a value in a variable (I want either JobNumber or EstimateNumber.... Not Both) ?
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO
-- =============================================
-- Author:		Jason Hammond
-- Create date: 10/7/2008
-- Description:	Fills datagrid on salesmainpage when customer selected
-- =============================================
Alter PROCEDURE APP_FillDataGridonSalesMain
 
@ccustno varchar(50) = NULL,
@jobstatus int = NULL,
@jobvoid int = NULL
 
AS
BEGIN
	
 
	SET NOCOUNT ON;
 
select  
 
-- Option 1 query
 
EstimateNumber [Est Number]
,JobDescriptions [Description]
,convert(varchar(12),CreateDate,101) Created
,convert(varchar(12),DueDate,101) Due
,Priority Priority
, case 
when jobstatus = 1 then 'Open'
when jobstatus = 2 then 'Complete'
when jobstatus = 3 then 'Billed'
when jobstatus = 5 then 'Estimate'
end  as [Job Status]
 
from sales_jobentry
where Ccustno = isnull(@Ccustno,ccustno) 
and jobstatus = isnull(@jobstatus,jobstatus)
and jobvoid = isnull(@jobvoid,0)
 
 
-- Option 2 Query
 
 
 
 
select  
 
JobNumber  [Job Number]
,JobDescriptions [Description]
,convert(varchar(12),CreateDate,101) Created
,convert(varchar(12),DueDate,101) Due
,Priority Priority
, case 
when jobstatus = 1 then 'Open'
when jobstatus = 2 then 'Complete'
when jobstatus = 3 then 'Billed'
when jobstatus = 5 then 'Estimate'
end  as [Job Status]
 
from sales_jobentry
where Ccustno = isnull(@Ccustno,ccustno) 
and jobstatus = isnull(@jobstatus,jobstatus)
and jobvoid = isnull(@jobvoid,0)
 
 
 
 
 
END
GO

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If @Value = 1
BEGIn
run query 1 here
END
ELSE
BEGIN
run query 2 here.
END
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Great, Thanks
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