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CASE WHEN NOT 0 then Calculate else dont calculate

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trying to calculate a Payment_Filter field but some syntax occur,

logic : when tmems.fsrvmembsamt is not 0 then calculate, else dont calculate or set payment filter to 0

(CASE WHEN tmems.fSrvMemBSAmt <> 0 THEN
(tmems.fSrvMemBSAmt - tmems.fSrvMemPacAmt) as Payment_Filter
ELSE
Payment_Filter = 0
END)
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Payment_Filter = (CASE WHEN tmems.fSrvMemBSAmt <> 0 THEN
(tmems.fSrvMemBSAmt - tmems.fSrvMemPacAmt)
ELSE
0
END)
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