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SyBase SQL Querry Syntax

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I am trying to return a sum only if it's > 0 else, I want to return 0.

This is what I have now.

Select sum(quan*costeach) from dba.posdetail where prodnum in (select prodnum
from dba.product where reportno = 993301) and transact = 100

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If the sum is > 0 then return the sum, else return 0.
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Never mind I got it :)

Select case when sum(quan*costeach)  > 0 then sum(quan*costeach) else '0' end from dba.posdetail where prodnum in (select prodnum from dba.product where reportno = 993301) and transact = 2001
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