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If statement in SQL where clause

Thread began 11/05/2012 5:13 pm by Roxana | Last modified 11/05/2012 5:13 pm by Roxana | 757 views | 0 replies


If statement in SQL where clause


I am running a multi language site. I want to disable one product for all languages except German. Therefor I set up a field "disable" in the table "tblproduct". All products have a "0" except the product I do not want to display.

This disables the product for every language:

SELECT tblproduct.disable
WHERE tblproduct.disable = 0

I would like the conditional statement not to work, when German ist set. I thought something like:

SELECT tblproduct.disable
WHERE (IF varlanguageID <> 1 THEN tbleproduct.disable = 0)

Of course it doesn't work, since I do not really know much about SQL. I read a lot about CASE statements, but could just not get it to work ... syntax error.

Could someone please help me?

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