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Good Morning.
I made a view with select in SQL.
I need the negative numbers to be in green color, and the positive ones in red when I run the view.
It's possible?

What I have tried:

I tried several suggestions that I searched on the net but so far I haven't found anything
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Updated 22-Jul-22 0:05am
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RickZeeland 22-Jul-22 5:02am    
Are you using SQL Server or another database?

Maybe you can use ElectroCRUD, see: database-clients[^]
If the feature you want is not supported, you can modify the source code as this is an open-source project.
It does not seem to support SQL Server however.

If you are willing to do some Delphi programming, HeidiSQL might be another option: GitHub - HeidiSQL/HeidiSQL: A lightweight client for managing MariaDB, MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL and SQLite, written in Delphi[^]
 
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You can't do that with clear SQL! You have to use reporting tools, ie.: Crystal Reports. See: Formatting Crystal Reports based on the values present in the Crystal Report | SAP Community[^]
 
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It's going to depend on the environment in which your code runs, the presentation language(s) you are using, and the framework under which that operates.

For C# and WinForms, this may help: Colouring DataGridView Cells According to their Content in WinForms[^]

Probably, a similar technique is applicable for other systems, but without much better data we really can't be specific!
 
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