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Could you check what is preventing this MySQL query to correctly running?

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Could you check what is preventing this MySQL query to correctly running?

SELECT
                id_reclamacao,
                sise,             
		fk_seguradora,
                nome_reclamante,
                data,
                case TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP))
                 WHEN <24 THEN 'V'
                 WHEN >=24 AND < 36 THEN 'A'
                 WHEN >=36 AND < 48 THEN 'L'
                 ELSE 'Ve' 
                 END AS sla,
                nome_agente,
                procedencia
FROM system_reclamacao

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The error produced:
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Thanks in advance
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Question by:Eduardo Fuerte
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Kim Walker earned 500 total points
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The < comparison operator needs a value or field name before it. The direct approach would be to copy your TIMESTAMPDIFF expression into each condition as such:
CASE WHEN TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)) < 24 THEN 'V'
	WHEN TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)) >= 24 
		AND TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP))  < 36 THEN 'A'
	WHEN TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)) >= 36 
		AND TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP))  < 48 THEN 'L'
	ELSE 'Ve' 
END AS sla

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But this isn't very efficient as the TIMESTAMPDIFF would have to be calculated multiple times. I suggest creating a temporary table of TIMESTAMPDIFF values and then running the case command against it.
CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE `timediff` AS SELECT TIMESTAMPDIFF(HOUR, data, IFNULL(data_atendimento, CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)) AS `timespan` FROM `tablename` WHERE 1;
SELECT 
	CASE `timespan` < 24 THEN 'V'
		WHEN `timespan` >= 24 AND `timespan` < 36 THEN 'A'
		WHEN `timespan` >= 36 AND `timespan` < 48 THEN 'L'
		ELSE 'Ve' 
	END AS sla
FROM `timediff` WHERE 1;

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To run this in PHP, you would run the create temporary table statement as a separate query before the select case statement. The temporary table would persist as long as the database connection is open. If you run this query often, you may want to create a view in your table which contains these time difference values persistently.
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by:Eduardo Fuerte
ID: 41826432
Perfect!

Thank you for suggestions also.
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