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DB2 SQL - CASE and TRANSLATE

Posted on 2011-02-18
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Hello,

I neeed some help getting my SQL complete.

Current SQL:
SELECT
CASE WHEN x.num IS NOT NULL THEN 'Y' ELSE TRANSLATE(y.ind,'A','Y')  END
FROM example x, example2 y

Output
IF x.num is not null THEN Returns 'Y'
ELSE IF y.ind = 'Y' THEN Return 'A'

What I need to do is:
IF x.num is not null THEN Returns 'Y'
ELSE IF y.ind = 'Y' THEN Return 'A' ELSE Return 'N'

Thanks,
R.


 
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SELECT
CASE
WHEN x.num IS NOT NULL THEN 'Y'
WHEN y.ind = 'Y'   THEN Return 'A'
ELSE Return 'N'
END AS CASE_SAMPLE
FROM example x, example2 y
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by:raheis
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SELECT
CASE WHEN x.num IS NOT NULL THEN 'Y' WHEN y.ind="Y" THEN 'A' ELSE 'N' END AS case_sample
FROM example x, example2 y

The above gave me an error: SQLSTATE=4260
         CASE WHEN reg.cas_num IS NOT NULL THEN 'Y' WHEN cas.alt_ind="Y" THEN 'A' ELSE 'N' END AS cas_accept_ind,
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by:raheis
ID: 34924638
SELECT        
CASE WHEN x.num IS NOT NULL THEN 'Y' WHEN y.ind='Y' THEN 'A' ELSE 'N' END AS case_sample
FROM example x, example2 y

Worked Thx.
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by:raheis
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Thx a million
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