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Anonymous
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New Column IF AND

Hi All,

I am trying to make a new column for the following logic;

IF Policy Period <= 90 day and % Turn Over >30% then true else false.

 

 

Measures:

% Turn Over Limit = DIVIDE([Available Limit]/[Annual Limit],0)

Available Limit = SUM(DOCWA_Perpetual_Eligibilities[Available_Annual_Limit])
Annual Limit = SUM(DOCWA_Perpetual_Eligibilities[ANNUAL_LIM])
 
*tried making a measure for policy period using datediff but you can't reference the column 
DOCWA_Perpetual_Eligibilities[DATE_INCEPT] as its not a single value
Column
Period Policy = Date.Day([DATE_INCEPT]) or numbers of days since column, DOCWA_Perpetual_Eligibilities[DATE_INCEPT]
 
If this can be done via a measure then great but I have tried creating a custom column.
 
Attempt 1

IF (

       ([Available_Annual_Limit]/[ANNUAL_LIM])*100) >=30 &&

       Duration.Days(Duration.From(TODAY()-[DATE_INCEPT])

        ) <= 90,

       true, false

    )

Attempt 2

IF(

    AND(

              AND(Duration.Days(Duration.From(TODAY()-[DATE_INCEPT])) <= 90)[Available_Annual_Limit]/[ANNUAL_LIM])*100)                             >=30),

      "True","False"

 

I am stuck and not sure how to approach this so any help would be appreciated.

 
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Anonymous
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Try to  create calculated column as below

 

New column=if(

   ([Available_Annual_Limit]/[ANNUAL_LIM])*100) >=30 &&

Datediff(Max(DOCWA_Perpetual_Eligibilities[DATE_INCEPT]),today(),Days) <=90,TRUE,FALSE)

 

Thanks & regards,
Pravin Wattamwar
www.linkedin.com/in/pravin-p-wattamwar

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Anonymous
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Try to  create calculated column as below

 

New column=if(

   ([Available_Annual_Limit]/[ANNUAL_LIM])*100) >=30 &&

Datediff(Max(DOCWA_Perpetual_Eligibilities[DATE_INCEPT]),today(),Days) <=90,TRUE,FALSE)

 

Thanks & regards,
Pravin Wattamwar
www.linkedin.com/in/pravin-p-wattamwar

If I resolve your problem Mark it as a solution and give kudos.

az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @Anonymous 

i think you'va got a completely wrong format if-statement for power query. try smth like this

= IF 
   ([Available_Annual_Limit]/[ANNUAL_LIM])*100 >=30 &&
   Duration.Days(Duration.From(DateTime.LocalNow()-[DATE_INCEPT])) <= 90

then true
else false   

 

do not hesitate to give a kudo to useful posts and mark solutions as solution

 


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Anonymous
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Thanks for the reply but I am getting a token Literal error.

 

 

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