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Add to Select in SP

Add to Select in SP

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In my Stored Procedure I have a request from the DB based on the parameter passed.

I know I can do something like this:

If MyParameter = 0 Then
    Select * from SomeTable
    And FieldX = 0
Else
    Select * from SomeTable
    Where SomeField = MyParameter
 
But, my ‘base’ Select is more complex and I would hate to have 2 ‘versions’ of it in my code. I would like to have something like this instead:

Select ALotOfStuff 
From  SeveralTables
Where SomeField = SomeOtherField
And ...

If MyParameter = 0 Then
    --Add something to my Select
    And FieldX = 0
Else
    --Add something else to my Select
    And SomeField = MyParameter
 
I hope it is clear what I would like to have.

Any suggestions?

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---- Andy

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