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Sybase to SQL Server migration

chickanna asked
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
experts... I have a query in Sybase as below..

      SELECT h.StatusDate ,
           Count(*) AS TotalLoansExported,
               (SELECT COUNT(*)
            FROM ezadmin.ft_LoanMaster m
            WHERE (h.statusdate = m.statusdate))  AS TotalLoansImported,
                             (IF (TotalLoansImported > TotalLoansExported) THEN
                'Duplicates exist'
                IF (TotalLoansImported = TotalLoansExported) THEN
                    IF (TotalLoansImported = 0) THEN
                        'Not imported'
             ENDIF) AS SystemMessage

    FROM ezadmin.ft_ImportHistory h
    WHERE (IALoanNum <> '')    
    GROUP BY h.StatusDate
              ORDER BY h.StatusDate DESC

I need to convert this to SQL Server 2005/2008 format. I get the famous "multipart identifier cannot be bound" error in the first line where the h.status_date is.

How do I correct this query to make it work in SQl Server. Thanks.
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