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SQL Server

SSIS–If Then Else Expression

Ever wondered how to perform an If Then Else operation in an SSIS Expression, well today is your lucky day. The syntax for SSIS expressions is a little different then most other Microsoft development tools. The basic syntax is as follows:

(Condition ? True Value : False Value)

Basic If Then Else:

([Gender] == “F” ? “Yes”:”No”)

OR Condition:

([Gender]==”F” ||  [MaritalStatus]==”S” ? “Yes”:”No”)

AND Condition:

([Gender]==”F” &&  [MaritalStatus]==”S” ? “Yes”:”No”)

Not Equal Condition:

([Gender] != “F” ? “Yes”:”No”)

Nested If Then Else Statements:

(ISNULL(Operations) ? (ISNULL(Consolidated) ? RIGHT(Personnel,5) : RIGHT(Consolidated,5)) : RIGHT(Operations,5))

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