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Bizo
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DAX IF Statement Error

Hi All,

 

Ihave this DAX statement below but I'm running into the below error:

 

"DAX comparison operations do not support comparing values of type True/False with values of type Integer. Consider using the VALUE or FORMAT function to convert one of the values."

 

I'm sure it's a simple solution but I just can't figure it out, any ideas?  Thank you in advance!

 

DueIn = IF([Days Due] < -44000, "No Due Date",
        IF([Days Due] > -44000 < 0, "Overdue",
        IF([Days Due] > 0 <= 30, "0 - 30 Days",
        IF([Days Due] > 30 <= 60, "31 - 60 Days",
        IF([Days Due] > 60 <= 90, "61 - 90 Days", "90+ Days")))))
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Greg_Deckler
Super User
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@Bizo First, use a SWITCH(TRUE(),...) statement, much cleander and you have to write your true/false conditions like:

DueIn = 
  SWITCH(TRUE(),
    [Days Due] < -44000, "No Due Date",
    [Days Due] > -44000 && [Days Due] < 0, "Overdue",
    [Days Due] > 0 && [Days Due] <= 30, "0 - 30 Days",
    [Days Due] > 30 && [Days Due] <= 60, "31 - 60 Days",
    [Days Due] > 60 && [Days Due] <= 90, "61 - 90 Days", 
    "90+ Days"
  )

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Greg_Deckler
Super User
Super User

@Bizo First, use a SWITCH(TRUE(),...) statement, much cleander and you have to write your true/false conditions like:

DueIn = 
  SWITCH(TRUE(),
    [Days Due] < -44000, "No Due Date",
    [Days Due] > -44000 && [Days Due] < 0, "Overdue",
    [Days Due] > 0 && [Days Due] <= 30, "0 - 30 Days",
    [Days Due] > 30 && [Days Due] <= 60, "31 - 60 Days",
    [Days Due] > 60 && [Days Due] <= 90, "61 - 90 Days", 
    "90+ Days"
  )

@ me in replies or I'll lose your thread!!!
Instead of a Kudo, please vote for this idea
Become an expert!: Enterprise DNA
External Tools: MSHGQM
YouTube Channel!: Microsoft Hates Greg
Latest book!:
Mastering Power BI 2nd Edition

DAX is easy, CALCULATE makes DAX hard...

Perfect, thanks!  You're a lifesaver! 

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