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tykhai
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Vietnam
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Posted - 04/04/2012 :  12:53:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi, i have stored procedures:

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[KHP_DEB_AdvanceGetByUsers]
@StaffID int
AS

Declare @a as int
select @a=RoleID from userroles
where UserID=@StaffID and RoleID=0

SELECT
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[AdvanceID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[PortalID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[DateAdvance],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[Amount],
[Users].[UserID] as [UserID],
[Users].[UserName] as UserName,
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[StaffID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[Description]
FROM [KHP_DEB_Advance]
INNER JOIN Users ON [KHP_DEB_Advance].[StaffID] = [Users].[UserID]
WHERE
StaffID LIKE CASE WHEN @a=0 THEN
'%'
ELSE
@StaffID
END

but....error
Conversion failed when converting the varchar value '%' to data type int.
Please help me!

sql-programmers
Posting Yak Master

USA
190 Posts

Posted - 04/25/2012 :  06:09:12  Show Profile  Visit sql-programmers's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Try this script,

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[KHP_DEB_AdvanceGetByUsers]
@StaffID int
AS

Declare @a as int
select @a=RoleID from userroles
where UserID=@StaffID and RoleID=0

SELECT
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[AdvanceID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[PortalID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[DateAdvance],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[Amount],
[Users].[UserID] as [UserID],
[Users].[UserName] as UserName,
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[StaffID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[Description]
FROM [KHP_DEB_Advance]
INNER JOIN Users ON [KHP_DEB_Advance].[StaffID] = [Users].[UserID]
WHERE
StaffID LIKE CASE WHEN @a=0 THEN
StaffID
ELSE
@StaffID
END

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webfred
Flowing Fount of Yak Knowledge

Germany
8683 Posts

Posted - 04/25/2012 :  07:18:49  Show Profile  Visit webfred's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by sql-programmers

Try this script,

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[KHP_DEB_AdvanceGetByUsers]
@StaffID int
AS

Declare @a as int
select @a=RoleID from userroles
where UserID=@StaffID and RoleID=0

SELECT
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[AdvanceID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[PortalID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[DateAdvance],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[Amount],
[Users].[UserID] as [UserID],
[Users].[UserName] as UserName,
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[StaffID],
[KHP_DEB_Advance].[Description]
FROM [KHP_DEB_Advance]
INNER JOIN Users ON [KHP_DEB_Advance].[StaffID] = [Users].[UserID]
WHERE
StaffID LIKE = CASE WHEN @a=0 THEN
StaffID
ELSE
@StaffID
END

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Slight modification.
Don't use LIKE if it is not really needed.


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