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Set Analysis with dates

Hi All,

this works:

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={">=8/9/17"}>} Rate)

this doesn't work:

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={"=8/9/17"}>} Rate)

this doesn't work:

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={">=$(max(DateTo))"}>} Rate)

*DateTo is a Field, max(DateTo) should give  8/9/17

suggestions?

thanks!

Luigi

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antoniotiman
Honored Contributor III

Re: Set Analysis with dates

Hi Luigi,

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={'8/9/17'}>} Rate)           //  = sign removed

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={'>=$(=max(DateTo))'}>} Rate)

Regards,

Antonio

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antoniotiman
Honored Contributor III

Re: Set Analysis with dates

Hi Luigi,

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={'8/9/17'}>} Rate)           //  = sign removed

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={'>=$(=max(DateTo))'}>} Rate)

Regards,

Antonio

kulwantsaj219
Contributor II

Re: Set Analysis with dates

this doesn't work:

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={"=8/9/17"}>} Rate)


this will work

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={"8/9/17"}>} Rate)


this doesn't work:

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={">=$(max(DateTo))"}>} Rate)

this will work

=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={">=$(=max(DateTo))"}>} Rate)



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Re: Set Analysis with dates

it works, thank you!

now I have a new problem, if I create the variable

set vRate=count ( {$<AnalysisDate={">=$(=max(DateTo))"}>} Rate);

and I try to solve the variable in the expression

=$(vRate)


I don't get the value

vishsaggi
Esteemed Contributor III

Re: Set Analysis with dates

Try like

= $(=vRate)

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Re: Set Analysis with dates

thanks!