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I keep running into Syntax errors when using the IN-DB Formula tool and was wondering if there are any examples out there? I have read that some users are using CASE instead of IF but could use some advice. I understand that we are supposed to be using Quotations instead of Brackets for the DB tools. Here is my example
Thanks for your help. It really got me on the right track to figure it out. However, it turns out that you have to place single quotations for anything that isn't a variable. In our case, we got error messages when leaving everything in double quotations. Please see the corrected example below.
WHEN "VAR1" = 'Mike' THEN 'Mike'
WHEN "VAR1" = 'Linda' THEN 'Linda'