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tinkerz1
Creator II
Creator II

Return a full set of dates when no selection is made in set analysis

Hi,

In the formula below, I have to make a selection to make it work, what I would like is when there is no selection in Master Month Date for the formula to return the full list of dates, then when dates are selected, just returns those dates.

Thanks.

count(DISTINCT {$<[MonthLogged_Open_Balance]=[Master Month Date],[Related_Open_Balance]={'YES'}>} %KEY_CaseIDR5_Open_Balance)

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sunny_talwar

May be using if statement

Count(DISTINCT {$<[Related_Open_Balance]={'YES'}>} If([MonthLogged_Open_Balance] = [Master Month Date], %KEY_CaseIDR5_Open_Balance))

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sunny_talwar

May be using if statement

Count(DISTINCT {$<[Related_Open_Balance]={'YES'}>} If([MonthLogged_Open_Balance] = [Master Month Date], %KEY_CaseIDR5_Open_Balance))

sunny_talwar

Or this

Count(DISTINCT {$<%KEY_CaseIDR5_Open_Balance = {"=[MonthLogged_Open_Balance] = [Master Month Date]"}[Related_Open_Balance]={'YES'}>} %KEY_CaseIDR5_Open_Balance)

swuehl
MVP
MVP

Or maybe just using the p() function:

count(DISTINCT {$<[MonthLogged_Open_Balance]= p( [Master Month Date]) ,[Related_Open_Balance]={'YES'}>} %KEY_CaseIDR5_Open_Balance)