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you should also try to ensure that the type you are using in your calculation is consistent with what you wish to achieve.

In Barbie's reply you end up with 0 as a string. If that is what you need fine, if not, you can use the Cast or Convert function as in LittleMsGinger's link

You could try the following

WHEN '[@authfield:BTN_User_Accounts_Permanent_Discount]'=''
THEN Cast('0' AS int)
ELSE Cast('[@authfield:BTN_User_Accounts_Permanent_Discount]' AS int)

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