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Returning Boolean Values in MS SQL Recordsets

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dangould asked on
Microsoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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I am trying to express the following MS SQL:

SELECT ((Table.Field = Value) AND (Table.Field2 = Value2)) AS NewFlag FROM Table WHERE...

According to the Microsoft documentation, Boolean expressions are not permitted in the output of a record set. Interestingly, SQL for MS Access allows this.

Question: Is there a workaround for this limitation?
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AneeshFlag of Canada imageDatabase Consultant
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This problem has been solved!
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