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Syntax sql2

Hi Experts,

what is wrong with this syntax?
DECLARE @RealStartDate DATETIME
DECLARE @RealEndDate DATETIME
SET @RealStartDate = (
      SELECT MIN(VRD.ValueDate)
      FROM IDX_ValuationRiskDaily VRD
      WHERE
            VRD.ValueDate>= @Start_Date
      AND       VRD.ValueDate< @End_Date
      AND       VRD.PortfolioID = @PortfolioID)


IF @RealStartDate IS NULL THEN
@RealStartDate = @Start_Date
END IF

Thanks
MySQL ServerMicrosoft SQL ServerMicrosoft Access

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too slow!
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