Multiple In Statement

I have 2 fields ... Branch and Salesperson... Can i write an In Statement to resemble this??

Branch in ('11') and Salesperson ('123') then 'Field3'... I tried a Case When, then statement and I couldnt get it to work.. Any ideas?
Michael KatzAsked:
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pivarCommented:
Hi,

I'm not sure I understand. Are you looking for this:

SELECT CASE WHEN Branch='11' AND Salesperson='123' THEN 'Field3' END
FROM yourtable

or if you really like IN

SELECT CASE WHEN Branch IN ('11') AND Salesperson IN ('123') THEN 'Field3' END
FROM yourtable

Otherwise perhaps you could give some more details.


/peter
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