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I am a beginner in report writing for MS CRM,this is my question I want to show opportunities on my SQL report based on the probability value e.g
Probability > 80 the select opportunity name,solution,.....etc
select select opportunity name,solution,.....etc
I have a value integer value called probability (holds between 1-100)
I want a case statement based on this value
When probability >80 then select one, two, three
Select one, two three .
The columns one,two,three are similar columns but will be selected based on the probability value.
How do I write this statement in the correct SQL syntax?
When it comes to writing SSRS reports I'd start with reading technet.microsoft.com/.../dn531161.aspx. It's important to note that you should always be using Filteredentity views; in your case FilteredOpportunity. In order to simplify the SQL I'd get all of the columns for each of the different possibilities of probability and then do a case field on the table on the report designer.
select name,probability,field1, field2,field3 from FilteredOpportunity
Not sure if your doing a table or a chart inside of your report but your able to do filtering and case statements within the grids or value charts themselves. Hope this gives a bit of direction or at least a simplified approach instead of trying to do case statements within SQL.
There are two ways to use a case statement, depending on how complex your comparisons are.
Here's how you'd do it with simple cases:
when 1 then 'Status is 1'
when 2 then 'Status is 2'
end as MyStatusCode
and with more complicated cases:
when statuscode is null or statuscode <= 1 then 'Status is 1 (or less or null)'
when statuscode = 2 then 'Status is 2'
end as MyStatusCode
Hope this helps! If so I'd appreciate if you would mark this as a verified answer.
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