Sotiris Filippidis

  • Interests: .NET, SQL, Guitar (a bit)

Conditional Statements in WHERE Clauses

T-SQL is a powerful language, enabling you to handle many different types of set based operations. But having flexible WHERE clauses isn't something that many DBAs deal with on a daily basis. New Author Sotiris Filippidis brings us an article on how you can structure a WHERE clause to handle all types of strange business logic without using dynamic SQL. Read on to learn more about his technique.

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2007-09-28 (first published: )

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