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Hi..

I have a select statement inside(WITH statement), In the where clause of the where statement we are checking withe passed argument. The belows are the passed argument
@MemberID uniqueidentifie r,
@DateFrom datetime,
@DateTo datetime,
@RepID uniqueidentifie r,
@BrandID uniqueidentifie r

The statement is folows

WITH Images (Brand_Name,Bra nd_ID,Product_I D, ImagesCount) AS
(

select distinct vb.brand_name,v b.Brand_ID,vb.p roduct_id,count (vb.product_id) as ImagesCount from dbo.vSalesMgr_I mageVisibility vb
join tblrl_brands b on vb.brand_id = b.brand_id
where brand_owner = @MemberID and vb.AI_Date between @datefrom and @dateto and vb.Brand_ID = @BrandID
group by vb.brand_id, vb.brand_name,v b.product_id
)

Some times the may null, at that time i need not check with the Brand_ID, If it contains value(Vive versa).
How can i do that,

Pls help me to solve.....
Apr 11 '08 #1
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ck9663
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Use the ISNULL() function or use CASE


-- CK
Apr 12 '08 #2

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