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origtopcat Frequent Visitor
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Multiple Conditions in Custom Column

Hello, I was hoping someone could point out what I am doing wrong. 

I am using Power Query to check two columns for conditions and if they relsove to be true then update a third column. What I have so far is below

 

= Table.AddColumn(#"Replaced Value34", "Custom", each if [HDX_Domain] = "CPR" and [label] ="None" then "$CPR"
else if [HDX_Domain] = "CPR" and [label] is null then "$$$CPR"
else [label])

 

The first part works when it finds "None" in the [label] column, however I cannot seem to get Power Query to recognize the null in my column.

 

Thanks

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jdbuchanan71 New Contributor
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Re: Multiple Conditions in Custom Column

Try this, I think you just need to change to the [label] = null

 

Table.AddColumn(#"Changed Type", "Custom", each if [HDX_Domain] = "CPR" and [label] = "None" then "$CPR" else if [HDX_Domain] = "CPR" and [label] = null then "$$$CPR" else [label])

PowerQueryNull.jpg

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jdbuchanan71 New Contributor
New Contributor

Re: Multiple Conditions in Custom Column

Try this, I think you just need to change to the [label] = null

 

Table.AddColumn(#"Changed Type", "Custom", each if [HDX_Domain] = "CPR" and [label] = "None" then "$CPR" else if [HDX_Domain] = "CPR" and [label] = null then "$$$CPR" else [label])

PowerQueryNull.jpg

origtopcat Frequent Visitor
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Re: Multiple Conditions in Custom Column

Thank you. I will give this a try.