4 Replies Latest reply: Jul 11, 2017 5:22 AM by kushal chawda

# Set Analysis - Variable within the previous 30 days

Hi  I have created a set analysis, where I only want to include a sum of the FTE if the stage in in Authorisation and the Modification date is within the previous 30 days.  It works fine without the variable, but then returns zero when I include the variable.

I have created a variable to identify the date 30 days ago.  When I try to apply it to my set analysis it doesn't work. What am I doing wrong.

=Sum(Aggr(Sum(

{<

Recruit.Vacancy_Stage={'Authorisation'},

[Recruit.Vacancy Modified Date]={'\$(>=v30DaysOld)'}

>}

Recruit.Vacancy_FTE),Recruit.empjobref))

Cheers

Phil

• ###### Re: Set Analysis - Variable within the previous 30 days

Hi Phil,

maybe

=Sum(Aggr(Sum(

{<

Recruit.Vacancy_Stage={'Authorisation'},

[Recruit.Vacancy Modified Date]={'>=\$(=v30DaysOld)'}

>}

Recruit.Vacancy_FTE),Recruit.empjobref))

Regards,

Antonio

• ###### Re: Set Analysis - Variable within the previous 30 days

Or this?

=Sum(Aggr(Sum(

{<

Recruit.Vacancy_Stage={'Authorisation'},

[Recruit.Vacancy Modified Date]={'\$('>=' & =v30DaysOld)'}

>}

• ###### Re: Set Analysis - Variable within the previous 30 days

This didn't work, but eventually sorted it by changing the variable to:

v30DaysOld=Date((Today()-30))

Previously set at : v30DaysOld=(Today()-30)

• ###### Re: Set Analysis - Variable within the previous 30 days

try like below

Sum(Aggr(Sum(

{<

Recruit.Vacancy_Stage={'Authorisation'},

[Recruit.Vacancy Modified Date]={">=\$(v30DaysOld)"}

>}

Recruit.Vacancy_FTE),Recruit.empjobref))