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I want to modify this stored procedure to return 3 cases

Posted on 2013-11-20
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if username and password is ok and isemailapproved is false  - "LogOKeMailnotOK"

if username and password is not ok then  - "LogFailed"

if username and password is ok and isemailapproved is true  - "OK"


USE [rightmatch]
GO



/****** Object:  StoredProcedure [dbo].[pVerifyCredentials]    Script Date: 11/20/2013 18:46:14 ******/
SET ANSI_NULLS ON
GO
SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
GO

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[pVerifyCredentials](
      @UserName VARCHAR(20),
      @Algorithm VARCHAR(16),
      @Pass VARCHAR(16)
)
AS
BEGIN
      set nocount on
      select case num when 1 then 'OK'
                      else 'Failed'
                      end as Result
        from (
      SELECT count(*) as Num
        FROM Members
       WHERE MemberName = @UserName
         AND Password = HASHBYTES(@Algorithm, @Pass)
         AND IsEmailApproved=1
              ) AS X
END
return
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Question by:goodk
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by:chaau
ID: 39664624
You can adjust the statement like this:
 select case when num = 1 AND email <> 1 then 'LogOKeMailnotOK'
              when num = 1 AND email = 1 then 'OK'
                      else 'LogFailed'
                      end as Result
        from (
      SELECT count(*) as Num,
                   max(IsEmailApproved) as email
        FROM Members
       WHERE MemberName = @UserName
         AND Password = HASHBYTES(@Algorithm, @Pass)
              ) AS X

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by:goodk
ID: 39664931
Msg 8117, Level 16, State 1, Procedure pPWEmailVerify, Line 16
Operand data type bit is invalid for max operator.
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chaau earned 2000 total points
ID: 39664949
OK then, change it to this:
 select case when num = 1 AND email <> 1 then 'LogOKeMailnotOK'
              when num = 1 AND email = 1 then 'OK'
                      else 'LogFailed'
                      end as Result
        from (
      SELECT count(*) as Num,
                   max(CASE When IsEmailApproved=1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) as email
        FROM Members
       WHERE MemberName = @UserName
         AND Password = HASHBYTES(@Algorithm, @Pass)
              ) AS X

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by:goodk
ID: 39666073
thanks,

What if I want to do two separate sqls and want different returns. Can you guide me where can I read up on how to do the stored procedures.  Thanks
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