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chennaraaj
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Posted - 04/01/2014 :  02:46:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi All,

I am having table Employee with Employee Salaries details,
from that i need to get the values based on parameters(@Param1,@Param2)

select * from Employee
where Salaries >@Param1 and Salaries < @Param2

Conditions :

1) @Param1 >10000 and @Param2 <25000
2) @Param1 >10000 and @Param2 =''
3) @Param1 <15000 and @Param2 =''
(may or may not pass the values for @Param2)

regards,
RK


rk

gbritton
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Posted - 04/07/2014 :  15:05:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I assume one condition is sufficient? Then something like this should do it:
Assuming that in all cases the salary must be greater than @param1 and @param2 is optional. Also assuming that you pass the parameters as varchars, something like this might do it.

select * from Employee
where Salaries > @Param1
  and (coalesce(@Param2, '') <> '' and Salaries < @Param2))
   or (coalesce(@Parame, '') = '')
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