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Anonymous
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How to add text condition in Switch

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Hello - I need to add another condition to this statement, but not sure how.
 
I need to add: allopps-products[status]="open" as one of the conditions. But it won't let me.
 
What do I need to do to be able to add this condition?
 
SWITCH(
    TRUE(),
    MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Prob.]) = 80, "30 Days",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 90, "Older than 90",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 60, "Older than 60",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 30, "Older than 30",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 15, "30 Days",
    FALSE
)
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Anonymous
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@az38  I got it to work using this: 

 

TRUE(),
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY) > -1 &&  DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY) > -20, "Passed already"

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , not very clear where you want to use that. But check a couple of options

if(max(allopps-products[status])="open",
SWITCH(
    TRUE(),
    MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Prob.]) = 80, "30 Days",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 90, "Older than 90",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 60, "Older than 60",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 30, "Older than 30",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 15, "30 Days",
    FALSE
),blank())


SWITCH(
    TRUE(),
    MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Prob.]) = 80 && max(allopps-products[status])="open", "30 Days",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 90, "Older than 90",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 60, "Older than 60",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 30, "Older than 30",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 15, "30 Days",
    FALSE
)

 

Anonymous
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@amitchandak  (or anyone that can answer)

 

The solution from Amit is great, with one exception.   

 

How to deal with a date that is in the past?    Example: 

 

The estimated close date may indeed be 15 days or more from today's date....but it could be 15 days in the past from today  (not 15 days FROM today).    For those estimated close dates that have passed already (from today's current date), how to address in the Switch statement?

az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @Anonymous 

smth like

DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 0, "0 Days",
DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> -15, "Passed already",

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Anonymous
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Thanks AZ.  @az38     But I am getting some strange results.   May 29 is two days away, but it is shows "pass already" as a result.     The table on the left using the formula.   The table on the right is a list of opportunities and their estimated close/ship date.   

 

passedalready.png

az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

@Anonymous 

it will work only if you previously add row with 0 value comparision as in my example

DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 0, "0 Days",

 


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Anonymous
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@az38  I got it to work using this: 

 

TRUE(),
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY) > -1 &&  DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY) > -20, "Passed already"
Anonymous
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@az38  Hi AZ  -   Yes, if you are talking about including it in the measure you created, it is there, but that is the result I am getting. 

 

Here is another example.   This time in June.   It is showing that this opportunity's estimate ship date has "passed already" but it still about 20 days into the future.  

 

pass already.png

 

 

harshnathani
Community Champion
Community Champion

@Anonymous 
 
You can add  allopps-products[status]="open" using  && notation
 
 
SWITCH(
    TRUE(),
    MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Prob.])  = 80 && allopps-products[status]="open" , "30 Days",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 90, "Older than 90",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 60, "Older than 60",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 30, "Older than 30",
    DATEDIFF(MAX('AllOpps-Products'[Est.Ship]),TODAY(),DAY)> 15, "30 Days",
    
)
 

Regards,
Harsh Nathani

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