Hi I am trying to achieve the following:
1. If the temperature = 58, then return "<1" , if temperature = 64 then "<2".
2. The complexity is that the above temperature can be different and is a Table.field value.
3. I tried the following:
I created a Formula testTemp: if ({RESULT.NAME} = "Test Temperature (°C)") THEN left({RESULT.ENTRY},2)
4. Then i used this in another formula (specValue) as follows:
If ({@testTemp} = "58") THEN "1.00 max" else if ({@testTemp} = "64") THEN "2.00 max" else ""
5. This value of this specValue should be returned in the highlighted field on the right in the image (against Jnr3.2).
HOWEVER that doesnt seem to work.
How am i supposed to set this up.
Regards
Geeta
Both of your formulas look ok with the limited information you've given, but I'm not familiar with your data.
Since you're using two formulas, here's how I would debug this to determine which formula has a problem:
1. Take the specVal formula off the report.
2. Put the testTemp formula in the place where you had specVal.
3. See what the value of testTemp is.
I suspect that you're not getting the value there that you're expecting. So, you need to work with that until testTemp is returning the correct values.
Once testTemp is working right, take it off the report and add specVal back. If it doesn't work right at that point, you need to work with that and the specific values you're getting from testTemp.
Also, if {RESULT.ENTRY} is a numeric data type instead of a string, you don't have to get the left of the value. Instead, you'll just use your specValue formula and change it to this:
If ({@testTemp} = 58) THEN "1.00 max" else if ({@testTemp} = 64) THEN "2.00 max" else " "
If I've misunderstood what you're trying to do, please provide more specific information about how it "doesn't work".
-Dell
Hi Dell,
These are my formula fields in the subreport
The specValue formula contains the following (have copied the relevant bit):
if ({RESULT.ANALYSIS} = "TEST1" and {RESULT.NAME} = "Jnr3.2" ) THEN
SELECT {@prdtGrade}
case "FB":
If ({@testTemp} = "58") THEN "1.00 max" - THIS IS NOT RETURNED
else if ({@testTemp} = "64") THEN "2.00 max" - THIS IS NOT RETURNED
else "1.5 max" - since i have got this here this is returned since the above 2 conditions are not satisfied. The below should have returned 1.00 max since the Temperature was 58 degrees.
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In the specValue formula above i am trying to get the value of the prdtGrade as a separate formula:
if ({RESULT.ANALYSIS} = "TEST1" and {SAMPLE.PRODUCT} = "BIT" )
THEN {SAMPLE.PRODUCT_GRADE}
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In the specValue formula above i am trying to get the value of the testTemp as a separate formula:
if ({RESULT.NAME} = "Test Temperature (°C)") THEN left({RESULT.ENTRY},2)
I am hoping that the prdtGrade and testTemp will return the values which can be used in the Select case in the specValue formula. Hope this makes it a bit clearer.
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I tried adding the testTemp formula on to the report. It returns the 64 against the Test Temperature. All else are blank. Could this be the reason why? I am running round in circles here. Please help.jnr32c.png
Geeta
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