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Display value from Column

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I am trying to figure out the best solution to display the value from Order No. If no value in Order No exists, then I would like to display PO No. If there is no value in either, display "Unprocessed". The goal for this is to display an Order No/PO No/ Unprocessed for each item number based off the demand date and the Par location ID it was ordered from. Let me know if additional info is required. Thanks

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Greg_Deckler
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So, a column form of this would be:

 

Column = 
SWITCH(TRUE()
  ISBLANK([Order No]) && ISBLANK([PO No]),"Unprocessed",
  ISBLANK([Order No[), [Po No],
  [Order No]
)

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Greg_Deckler
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So, a column form of this would be:

 

Column = 
SWITCH(TRUE()
  ISBLANK([Order No]) && ISBLANK([PO No]),"Unprocessed",
  ISBLANK([Order No[), [Po No],
  [Order No]
)

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Greg,

 

This worked great. Thanks

 

Also just if anyone else uses this solution, don't forget the comma after SWITCH(TRUE( )

Column = 
SWITCH(TRUE(),
  ISBLANK([Order No]) && ISBLANK([PO No]),"Unprocessed",
  ISBLANK([Order No[), [Po No],
  [Order No]
)

  

Ack! My bad, syntax error! Glad it worked though!!


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