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I joined two tables using "left join". There are some null fields in my result table.I need to assign 0(zero) to those fields.Please help me with in single queary line.(Consider this table is a result of an query.So it hasn't a name)
Posted 27-Dec-12 21:29pm
Edited 27-Dec-12 21:30pm
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Solution 1

e.g.
select Product_id,Product_name,IsNull(Product_Price,0) from tbl
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Solution 2

If you are talking of retrieving values then:
SELECT 
  someFields,
  IsNULL(fieldThatCanbeNullAndNeedsReplacement, 0)
FROM
  myTable
Refer: MSDN: ISNULL (Transact-SQL)[^]
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Solution 3

Use case statement in query like .....

select col1, col2,
case
when yourColumn3 IS NULL then 0
else yourColumn3
end as YourColumnName
from your_Table

it may solve your problem
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