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Posted by: Rich Bernstein
Date: August 27, 2020 05:37PM

Hi, what I want to do is to create more than one a single thing in each case statement. For example, when risk is medium I'd like to not only divide w.w2_wages/2, but I'd also like to total the e.w2_wages, using something like this total_mid_risk=total_mid_risk+e.w2_wages. Basically I want to sum all of the w2_wages for each of the 3 groups; low risk, mid risk, and high risk. Is there anyway to do this without using a stored procedure? Can "then" have multiple statements?

SELECT e.employee, e.employee_title, e.w2_wages, t.risk,
WHEN risk='low' THEN e.w2_wages
WHEN risk='medium' THEN e.w2_wages*.5
END as qualified
FROM employees as e, titles as t
WHERE'$email' AND e.campaign= '$_SESSION[campaign]'
AND'$email' AND t.campaign= '$_SESSION[campaign]'
AND e.employee_title=t.title
ORDER BY e.employee

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