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Conditionala where clause in sql query

Posted on 2013-01-28
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SQL Server 2005

in sql query to construct a where clause for
if host_name() = 'MATEEN' then
    unit_code = '21'
else
   ignore unit code matching and show all records
end if


I tried
where  (  unit_code =  '21' and host_name() =  'MATEEN') or 1=1 )
but it is showing all records in all machines including MATEEN'S P.C.
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Raja Jegan R earned 2000 total points
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Try this..

SELECT * FROM ur_table
WHERE unit_code = (CASE WHEN host_NAME() = 'MATEEN' then '21' ELSE unit_code end)

Replace ur_table with your table name and run the above query..
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by:Mehram
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SELECT * FROM ur_table
WHERE unit_code = (CASE WHEN host_NAME() = 'MATEEN' then '21' ELSE unit_code end)

cannot be else unit_code end , I want to show records of all units if user is not mateen.
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by:Mehram
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Oh no,

it is working, thanks
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by:Raja Jegan R
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welcome, Mehram..
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