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pam1990
Contributor III
Contributor III

error in set modifier ad hoc element list ' ' or ')' expected with count and multiple conditions

I am still learning how to do set analysis so what I have is based on looking through several responses to this particular error.

I creating a KPI. It is the type that I want to change based on selections so I don't want it to be static.

The KPI is meant to count the number of deal-loans where the sum of the suspense amount is not zero and the period date is equal to the period date parsed out of the oanNumber_PeriodDate.

 

Count({<DealId_LoanNumber={"=Sum(SuspenseAmt) <> 0",period_date={'Date(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),"YYYY-MM-DD")'}>} distinct DealId_LoanNumber)

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pam1990
Contributor III
Contributor III
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Thanks for the suggestions. I went the route of changing the SQL code to identify the loans in suspense, then I used an if then statement to accomplish what I needed.

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PriyankaShivhare
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Creator II

Count({<DealId_LoanNumber={"=Sum(SuspenseAmt) > 0"},period_date={'$(=Date(Date#(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),'YYYY-MM-DD'),'YYYY-MM-DD'))'}>} distinct DealId_LoanNumber)

You have missed the closing curly bracket in DealId_LoanNumber 

Assuming that u have date string so converting it to date format

 

MayilVahanan

Hi @pam1990 

Try like below.

Count({<DealId_LoanNumber={"=Sum(SuspenseAmt) <> 0"},period_date={"$(=Date(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),'YYYY-MM-DD'))"}>} distinct DealId_LoanNumber)

If its string, use with Date# function

Thanks & Regards,
Mayil Vahanan R
pam1990
Contributor III
Contributor III
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Thanks for the response @PriyankaShivhare  and @MayilVahanan. The count is returning as zero.

I did a test using =if(period_date=Date(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),'YYYY-MM-DD'),1,0). The result for the desired rows is 1 so it seems that the Date(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),'YYYY-MM-DD') portion is working.

Now I'm stuck. I don't know enough about Qlik Sense or set analysis to know what I'm doing wrong. 😥

pam1990
Contributor III
Contributor III
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The LoanNumber_PeriodDate field format is 9999999_YYYY-MM-DD. The above Date(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),'YYYY-MM-DD' statement is extract the date from the string and compare it to a date field.

tm_burgers
Creator III
Creator III

I think that your Sum is the issue:

 

I would write as 

if(AGGR(Sum({<period_date={"$(=Date(right(LoanNumber_PeriodDate,10),'YYYY-MM-DD'))"}>} SuspenseAmt),DealId_LoanNumber) <> 0, count(distinct DealId_LoanNumber))

 

 

 

PriyankaShivhare
Creator II
Creator II

Can you provide the 5-6 liner sample data

pam1990
Contributor III
Contributor III
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Thanks for the suggestions. I went the route of changing the SQL code to identify the loans in suspense, then I used an if then statement to accomplish what I needed.

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