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Sql  select statement with if then

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I have a if then else statment that is a small portion of a larger statement but i cant seem to figure out syntax.  here is what i am looking for.

select (if por1.U_SIF_Vendprom = null then por1.shipdate else por1.U_SIF_Vendprom) as REQDATE from por1

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select CASE WHEN por1.U_SIF_Vendprom IS NULL then por1.shipdate else por1.U_SIF_Vendprom END as REQDATE from por1
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by:wdosanjos
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Alternatively:

select ISNULL(por1.U_SIF_Vendprom, por1.shipdate) as REQDATE from por1
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by:Sharath
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Is the data type of vendprom and shipdate same? you can also try COALESCE.

select COALESCE(por1.U_SIF_Vendprom, por1.shipdate) as REQDATE from por1
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