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IF AND Expression

Hello,

I have some criteria which consists of the following

G/L Number

10040,10041,10045,10050,10051,10055,10060,10061,10065,10100,10101,10105

Job No.

Industry Code

The idea is that:

IF G/L Number = 10040,10041,10045

AND Job No. -='' " (does not equal)

AND Industry Code =" "

SUM(Amount)

Any Ideas on how I can tackle this would be highly appreciated

Thank you in advance for your time

Mark

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Author

try this

if((GLnum=10040 or GLnum=10041 or GLnum=10045) and Jobno<>'' and Industrycode='',Sum(Amount),0)

johnw
Champion III
Champion III

As asked, the above looks correct, though you can avoid the ORs by using a match():

if(match(GLnum,10040,10041,10045) and "Job No."<>' ' and "Industry Code"=' ',sum(Amount))

However, I suspect that what you really want to do is sum up the Amounts of all records where those conditions are true.  For that, you do the if() inside of the sum():

sum(if(match(GLnum,10040,10041,10045) and "Job No."<>' ' and "Industry Code"=' ',Amount))

And if you want it to perform well, you use set analysis instead:

sum({<GLnum*={10040,10041,10045},"Job No."-={' '},"Industry Code"*={' '}>} Amount)

jduenyas
Specialist
Specialist

This will do:

=Sum({<[G/L Number]={10040,10041,10045},[Job No.]-={'',NULL},[Industry Code]={'',NULL}>} Amount)

rahulgupta
Partner - Creator III
Partner - Creator III

Hi,

sum(if(match(GLnum,10040,10041,10045) and Isnull(JobNo.) and Isnull(IndustryCode),Amount))

Regards

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Author

Hello everyone!,

Thank you for your answers. However, syntactically they seem ok, I am not getting any results. I believe this may be because of the tables being dependant of each other. (i'm not 100% sure how Qlikview works) I've attached an image below

Qlikview.jpg

so as you can see. IF the there is a Job Number it will look for a customer number. IF there is not a customer number the industry code will obviously be blank (as it cannot find the link). However (please correct me if im wrong), Qlikview will not do this check because there is no link between customer and industry.

I made the assumption that it see's it as blank regardless.

Thanks again

Mark

qliksus
Specialist II
Specialist II

So by seeing your cloud you should join the jobcode from the GL table with Jobcode in Job table

even if the column is null so by default nulls will not be joined in qlikview so using the variable

NullAsValue JobNo; Will connect the tables even if the fields have null value by this way

u can see the data

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Author

Hi John,

I want to learn what does this expression mean

sum({<GLnum*={10040,10041,10045} ....)

I wish to know the significance of the asterisk * used. Wouldn't this expression work without the asterisk *.

Thanks,

Bikash Debnath

johnw
Champion III
Champion III

The *= specifies intersection, or as I think of it, it restricts my selections to no more than the indicated values.  It's the same behavior as a sum(if()).  I can still select just 10040, and I'll then only see 10040.  If I select 12345, the chart will not display data, which in some cases may help prevent confusion about what the user is looking at.  I typically use the *= as I feel it is a more natural, more normal behavior than the =, which is a pure, static override.

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Author

Thank you John,

You really explain well. Love it!

I understood the idea.

with best regards,

Bikash Debnath