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Contains instead of Equal in Case Statement



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WHEN [@field:RequirementType] LIKE '%Ambulatory%' and [@field:Number_Of_Weeks] = 4 THEN 4
WHEN [@field:RequirementType] LIKE '%Ambulatory%' and [@field:Number_Of_Weeks] = 2 THEN 2

The % is wildcard that defines the position of the string  that you are looking for. Example : 'Ambulatory%' searches for values that starts with Ambulatory. '%Ambulatory' searches for values that ends with it. Adding it on both sides checks for the value in any position.


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