2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 23, 2018 4:53 AM by Sunny Talwar

# Exclude specific reasons in expression

Hi

This expression is driving me crazy, and the fact that is was done in Tabeau even more!!

I've got an table with different fields, in my expression I want to calculate DOH(direct operating time) but want to exclude specific reasons below is the current expression, but the result does not exclude the reasons duration's as specified in the expression.

sum(if(Match(nEquipmentClassID,35,17)>0 and Match(TimeCategoryCode,1,2)>0,StatusReasonDuration))

/

count(distinct if(  Match(nEquipmentClassID,35,17)>0

and Match(TimeCategoryCode,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10) >0

and  Match(StatusReason,'LIGHTNING/STORM','SCHEDULED NON-PRODUCTION','UNSCHEDULED PRODUCTION STOP','WET/SLIPPERY CONDITIONS') = 0

,nEquipment))

*

24

/

count({<nEquipmentClass=>} distinct if(DateID<=Today(1),Date))

I will appreciate some guidance!

Regards

Ludi

• ###### Re: Exclude specific reasons in expression

Match() is case-sensitive and will therefore find only exact matches - maybe something like this will be helpful:

... match(upper(trim(StatusReason)), ...

- Marcus

• ###### Re: Exclude specific reasons in expression

Why do you not try to use set analysis here?

Sum({<nEquipmentClassID = {35, 17}>}, TimeCategoryCode = {1, 2}>} StatusReasonDuration)/

Count(DISTINCT {<nEquipmentClassID = {35, 17}>}, TimeCategoryCode = {3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10}, StatusReason -= {'LIGHTNING/STORM', 'SCHEDULED NON-PRODUCTION', 'UNSCHEDULED PRODUCTION STOP', 'WET/SLIPPERY CONDITIONS'}>} nEquipment) * 24/

Count({<nEquipmentClass=, DateID = {"\$(='<=' & Date(Today(1)))"}>} DISTINCT Date)