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 Select
 LTRIM(RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Prefix_Full, ''))) 
+  ' ' +     RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Street_Name, ''))) 
+ ' ' +      RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Suffix_Cnty, '')))) AS Name
	FROM dbo.Segment INNER JOIN    dbo.Street ON dbo.Segment.Street_ID = dbo.Street.Street_ID

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Hey guys
I'm close, I'm using the following code to pull out column and create street names. I am struggling with the part where i need to select the [Suffix_Full] column when [Suffix_Cnty] is not null.
Can someone help?
Thanks
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PtboGiser
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
The Suffix_Full Column would read (Alley) instead of the Suffix_Cnty column would have a value of Al. But only Suffix_Cnty is not null.
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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
Not sure I fully understand what your q is.

Maybe something like this?:


SELECT

 LTRIM(RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(str.Prefix_Full, '')))
+       RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(' ' + str.Street_Name, '')))
+       RTRIM(UPPER(COALESCE(' ' + Suffix_Full, ' ' + str.Suffix_Cnty, '')))) AS Name

FROM dbo.Segment seg
INNER JOIN dbo.Street str ON
    seg.Street_ID = str.Street_ID
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deviprasadgCommented:
Try This:
 Select
 LTRIM(RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(CASE WHEN dbo.Street.Suffix_Cnty IS NOT NULL THEN Suffix_Full 
                                 ELSE dbo.Street.Prefix_Full
                          END, ''))) 
+  ' ' +     RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Street_Name, ''))) 
+ ' ' +      RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Suffix_Cnty, '')))) AS Name
	FROM dbo.Segment INNER JOIN    dbo.Street ON dbo.Segment.Street_ID = dbo.Street.Street_ID

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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
Select
 LTRIM(RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Prefix_Full, '')))
+  ' ' +     RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Street_Name, '')))
+ ' ' +      RTRIM(UPPER(CASE WHEN dbo.Street.Suffix_Cnty IS NOT NULL THEN Suffix_Full
                                 ELSE dbo.Street.Suffix_Bell
                          END, ''))) AS Name
      FROM dbo.Segment INNER JOIN dbo.Street ON dbo.Segment.Street_ID = dbo.Street.Street_ID
  Order By Name

Error message
Msg 174, Level 15, State 1, Line 4
The upper function requires 1 argument(s).
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
Do i require the is ISNULL part anymore?
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
Select
 LTRIM(RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Prefix_Full, ''))) 
+  ' ' +     RTRIM(UPPER(ISNULL(dbo.Street.Street_Name, ''))) 
+ ' ' +      RTRIM(UPPER((COALESCE(CASE WHEN dbo.Street.Suffix_Cnty IS NOT NULL THEN Suffix_Full 
                                 ELSE dbo.Street.Suffix_Bell
                          END, ''))))) AS Name
	FROM dbo.Segment INNER JOIN dbo.Street ON dbo.Segment.Street_ID = dbo.Street.Street_ID
  Order By Name

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This is giviing me a the Suffix_Full column for all my records. I only want it where Suffix_Cnty IS NOT NULL.
Thanks for the help
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Scott PletcherSenior DBACommented:
The "CASE WHEN Suffix_Cntry IS NOT NULL THEN" will add Suffix_Full ONLY when the condition is true.

What is "Suffix_Bell"?
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
Hey Scott
Suffix_Bell is the abbrviation of Suffix_Full.  
Suffix_Cnty is also the abbrviation of Suffix_Full.
When Suffix_Bell is populated (Rd(in Suffix_Bell) = Road(in Suffix_Full) Suffix_Cnty will be Null. and Vise Versa.

Suffix_Bell & Suffix_Cnty connot both be populated, its one or the other or niether.

The wierd part of this request is.

When Suffix_Cnty is not null i need to populate the Name field with
Prefix_Full + Street_Name + Suffix_Full (When Suffix_Cnty IS NOT NULL)

When Suffix_Bell is not null i need to populate the Name field with only
Prefix_Full + Street_Name. The Suffix_Bell Column gets put in the Type Field.
Which reading back i think i explained this part wrong to start. Sorry about that
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PtboGiserAuthor Commented:
Anyone have a chance to work this one? I'm stuck
Thx
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