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if statement within sql stored procedures

Posted on 2011-03-24
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have attached a quick sql script (albeit not logically correct) -- but hopefully gets the function I am trying to achieve via the stored procedure directly.

how would I script this up correctly please?
USE [db_name]

SELECT [myIndex_ID], [Label]

FROM [myTable]

WHERE ([ActiveMemberStatus] = @ActiveMemberStatus) AND
	if ([Session_ID] = @Session_ID)
		([DistributorType_ID] <> @DistributorType_ID)
	else ([DistributorType_ID] = @DistributorType_ID)
    
ORDER BY [Label]

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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this shall do:
USE [db_name]

SELECT [myIndex_ID], [Label]
FROM [myTable]
WHERE [ActiveMemberStatus] = @ActiveMemberStatus
  AND ( ([Session_ID] = @Session_ID AND [DistributorType_ID] <> @DistributorType_ID)
     OR ([Session_ID] <> @Session_ID AND [DistributorType_ID] = @DistributorType_ID)
      )    
ORDER BY [Label]

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by:amillyard
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thank you.
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