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change parameter to 'ALL' when is NULL

Posted on 2011-03-21
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I want to change the nulls to 'All' instead of showing NULL in the parameter.  I have 'Allow NULL values option selected'

This is my dataset for a parameter I am using for the parameters
--this data set shows null and works fine when rpt is exec
select distinct  Terr from dimcustomer
order by Terr
--this does not work, it thinks 'All' is not null
select distinct  isnull(Terr,'All') as Terr from dimcustomer
order by Terr

Any suggestions
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Do you have blank values in Terr instead of NULL? try this.
select distinct  isnull(nullif(ltrim(rtrim(Terr)),''),'All') as Terr 
  from dimcustomer 
 order by Terr

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