I have sql server table in which there is column that I wanted to update according to a 2 columns value that are present in current row. In this scenario, we can use CASE expression. CASE expression is used for selecting or setting a new value from input values.
I’m trying to update a column in SQL Server 2016 using CASE statement because I have to change the value based on different conditions. The problem is that I have more than 10 conditions and it seems that SQL Server allows for only 10 levels of condition at most.
The SQL CASE Statement. The CASE statement goes through conditions and returns a value when the first condition is met (like an IF-THEN-ELSE statement). So, once a condition is true, it will stop reading and return the result. If no conditions are true, it returns the value in the ELSE clause.
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There is another workaround you can use to update using a join. This example below assumes you want to de-normalize a table by including a lookup value (in this case storing a users name in the table). The update includes a join to find the name and the output is evaluated in a CASE statement that supports the name being found or not found.
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