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CASE function

CASE function

CASE function

(OP)
I have a list of employee annual salary rates.  
I would like to return a value (ie A, B, C etc) when the annual salary rate falls within a salary range.

Here is what I tried:

CASE "PS_EMPLOYEES"."ANNUAL_RT"
WHEN '>22359 AND <28080 THEN 'A'
WHEN '>28079 AND <35360 THEN 'B'
ELSE 'NONE'
END

I am getting the missing right parenthesis error.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: CASE function

This will depend on the database you are using.  With Oracle it would be:

CASE
WHEN "PS_EMPLOYEES"."ANNUAL_RT" > 22359 AND "PS_EMPLOYEES"."ANNUAL_RT" < 28080 THEN 'A'
WHEN '"PS_EMPLOYEES"."ANNUAL_RT" > 28079 AND "PS_EMPLOYEES"."ANNUAL_RT" < 35360 THEN 'B'
ELSE 'NONE'
END

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RE: CASE function

(OP)
Thanks I will give that a shot.  I am using Oracle.

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