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krampit1
Helper I
Helper I

With examples: SWITCH-statement skips "value3" and jumps to "result3"

Hi all,

 

My problem: I'm not able to add a third value (= [Value3] to evaluate in my SWITCH-statement. It automatically jumps to [Result3]. 

 

Explanation:

I'm using a two SWITCH-statements.
The first one is to determine if an employee has:
1) a salesfactor (e.g. hourly wage of € 10,00 * salesfactor 220% = €22,00), or;  
2) a fixed sales price (e.g. €25,00)


If an employee has a salesfactor then SWITCH#2 will be activated, where I want to add three conditions:

1) Weekday (Mo-Fr) & No holiday; 
2) Saturday & No holiday;

3) Sunday & No holiday;

The problem is that I'm not able to add the 3th condition (= Sunday & No holiday).
My SWITCH-statement automatically jumps to [Result3] and doesn't let me fill in a [Value3] to evaluate.
As you can see in picture 2, adding a comma after [Result2] doesn't show [Value3], but [Result3].

 

I've tried everything, but it doesn't give me a solution. Anyone can help me?

 

Explanation formulaExplanation formulaProblemProblem

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

@krampit1 To improve readability I would recommend this approach and I have noted where conditions and values should go:

SalesAmount =
VAR VerkooptariefNormaal =
    RELATED ( Personeel[Uurloon] ) * RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopfactor] )
VAR VerkooptariefZaterdag =
    VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_zaterdag] )
VAR VerkooptariefZondag =
    VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_zondag] )
VAR __Value1 = 
	IF (
        	'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1] > 0,
                'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1] * ( VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw1] ) ),
		0
           )
VAR __Value2 = 
	IF (
        	'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2] > 0,
                'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2] * ( VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw2] ) ),
		0
           )

RETURN
    SWITCH (
        TRUE (),
        RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopfactor] ) > 0,
            SWITCH (
                TRUE (),
                'Eigen overzichten'[WeekofWeekend] = "Weekdag"
                    && 'Eigen overzichten'[Feestdag] = "Geen feestdag",
                    'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * VerkooptariefNormaal + __Value1 + __Value2,
                'Eigen overzichten'[Weekdag] = "Zaterdag"
                    && 'Eigen overzichten'[Feestdag] = "Geen feestdag",
                    'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * VerkooptariefZaterdag + __Value1 + __Value2, //if this is the last condition, remove ,
		//next condition goes here with ,
			//next value goes here
            ), //ends 2nd SWITCH
        RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopprijs_vast] ) > 0, 'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopprijs_vast] )
    ) //Ends first SWITCH

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krampit1
Helper I
Helper I

Thank you for your reply @Greg_Deckler. I've added the code as text and used Daxformatter.com. Thank you for that recommendation. The issue still remains. I've added a comma at the end (=red circle), but the statement still shows [Result3] first and no [Value3] at all. 

Switch.png

Greg_Deckler
Super User
Super User

@krampit1 Please paste your code as text and please use the daxformatter.com to properly format your code. I can see a ton of improvements that will improve readability of your code. Consider that it may just be the case of the intellisense getting confused and not really an issue.


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SalesAmount =
VAR VerkooptariefNormaal =
RELATED ( Personeel[Uurloon] ) * RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopfactor] )
VAR VerkooptariefZaterdag =
VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_zaterdag] )
VAR VerkooptariefZondag =
VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_zondag] )
RETURN
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopfactor] ) > 0,
SWITCH (
TRUE (),
'Eigen overzichten'[WeekofWeekend] = "Weekdag"
&& 'Eigen overzichten'[Feestdag] = "Geen feestdag",
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * VerkooptariefNormaal
+ IF (
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1] > 0,
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1]
* ( VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw1] ) )
)
+ IF (
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2] > 0,
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2]
* ( VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw2] ) )
),
'Eigen overzichten'[Weekdag] = "Zaterdag"
&& 'Eigen overzichten'[Feestdag] = "Geen feestdag",
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * VerkooptariefZaterdag
+ IF (
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1] > 0,
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1]
* ( VerkooptariefZaterdag * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw1] ) )
)
+ IF (
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2] > 0,
'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2]
* ( VerkooptariefZaterdag * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw2] ) )
)
),
RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopprijs_vast] ) > 0, 'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopprijs_vast] )
)

@krampit1 To improve readability I would recommend this approach and I have noted where conditions and values should go:

SalesAmount =
VAR VerkooptariefNormaal =
    RELATED ( Personeel[Uurloon] ) * RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopfactor] )
VAR VerkooptariefZaterdag =
    VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_zaterdag] )
VAR VerkooptariefZondag =
    VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_zondag] )
VAR __Value1 = 
	IF (
        	'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1] > 0,
                'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW1] * ( VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw1] ) ),
		0
           )
VAR __Value2 = 
	IF (
        	'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2] > 0,
                'Eigen overzichten'[UrenOVW2] * ( VerkooptariefNormaal * RELATED ( Opdrachtgever[Tarief_ovw2] ) ),
		0
           )

RETURN
    SWITCH (
        TRUE (),
        RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopfactor] ) > 0,
            SWITCH (
                TRUE (),
                'Eigen overzichten'[WeekofWeekend] = "Weekdag"
                    && 'Eigen overzichten'[Feestdag] = "Geen feestdag",
                    'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * VerkooptariefNormaal + __Value1 + __Value2,
                'Eigen overzichten'[Weekdag] = "Zaterdag"
                    && 'Eigen overzichten'[Feestdag] = "Geen feestdag",
                    'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * VerkooptariefZaterdag + __Value1 + __Value2, //if this is the last condition, remove ,
		//next condition goes here with ,
			//next value goes here
            ), //ends 2nd SWITCH
        RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopprijs_vast] ) > 0, 'Eigen overzichten'[UrenNormaal] * RELATED ( Personeel[Verkoopprijs_vast] )
    ) //Ends first SWITCH

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