use of nested statment (CASE or if...else...) in derive column transfromation in SSIS

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12

I need to add large case statemnt in a derive column  tranformation in SSIS. The query is similar to below however I need to nested more than the sample below. The simple query like below is throwing an error., i'm not sure what wrong with that syntax. I would appreciate if I can get samples nested query for SSIS derive column transformation.

ISNULL(amt) ? "1":Amt && iif(Amt)=="$0.01 > $1,000" ? "2":Amt

Question by:keplan
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Expert Comment

ID: 36571874
Try this

case when isnull(Amt,1) then
      case Amt when 0.01 > 1,000 then 2
      else Amt end
else Amt end

Author Comment

ID: 36571929
Please note: i need in use in derive column transformation in SSIS, you sample is for t-sql
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Accepted Solution

Alpesh Patel earned 750 total points
ID: 36573194
You cannot use Case or If need to use Ternary operator

Condition ? True : False

Author Comment

ID: 36577298
thanks for that, sorry i am not familiar with Ternary operator, kindly post some samples if possible, and also ca ternary operator be nested?

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ID: 36945713

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