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case
                  when datePaid is not null then 'Paid'
                  else 'Not Paid'
            end as status    

I want to bring saying if my hold column shows true .. that time I want to say Hold between Paid and not paid... how would do that .. cant get the snytax correct...
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CASE WHEN DatePaid IS NOT NULL THEN 'Paid'
          WHEN HoldColumn = 1 THEN 'Hold'
          ELSE 'Not Paid'
END AS Status

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Greg

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thank you!!
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