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## Formula Help

=sum({\$<dummy={1} \$(vQtySubSet) \$(vPriceSubSet), Price_Reference_Price_exists = {1}>} InvoicedQuantity)

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## Re: =sum({\$<dummy={1} \$(vQtySubSet) \$(vPriceSubSet), Price_Reference_Price_exists = {1}>} InvoicedQuantity)

I need explanation for this formula that whether the 3 variables "\$<dummy={1}", "\$(vQtySubSet)" and "\$(vPriceSubSet)" are doing multiplication in this formula or not.

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## Re: Formula Help

I doubt it, can you tell us does this expr gives you any result? What are the variable expr inside?

## Re: Formula Help

Expression wrong to me, Perhaps this way?

=sum({\$<dummy={"=Only({1} \$(vQtySubSet)*\$(vPriceSubSet))"}, Price_Reference_Price_exists = {1}>} InvoicedQuantity)

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## Re: Formula Help

yes it gives us result.

variable expressions are as below

vQtySubSet =If(vQty_Filter = 'On',',InvoicedQuantity = {">\$(vQty_Min)<\$(vQty_Max)"}',)

vPriceSubSet= If(vPrice_Filter = 'On',',NetPriceLC = {">\$(vPrice_Min)<\$(vPrice_Max)"}',)

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## Re: Formula Help

The expression which I have mentioned before, is absolutely correct.Even it is returning the desired result as well.