Select the Greater of 3 variables and return a different variable SQL 2014

I am Using SQL Server 2014
I have a stored procedure that has 6 parameters.


I need to find the Greatest Order Value and Return the OrderID.

I can select the Max Order Value but I need the OrderID of the Highest Order Value

SELECT MAX(v) FROM (VALUES (@OrderValue1), (@OrderValue2), (@OrderValue3)) AS value(v)

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Ryan ChongSoftware Team LeadCommented:
you no need to have a complex logic, just do the value comparison will do?


@OrderID1 Int,
@OrderID2 Int,
@OrderID3 Int,
@OrderValue1 Int,
@OrderValue2 Int,
@OrderValue3 Int
    IF @OrderValue1 > @OrderValue2
        IF @OrderValue1 > @OrderValue3
            SELECT @OrderID1
            SELECT @OrderID3
        IF @OrderValue2 > @OrderValue3
            SELECT @OrderID2
            SELECT @OrderID3

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