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Syndicate_Admin
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Long if statement in Power Query is not showing a syntax error but the result is 100% errors - not sure why

 

 

 

 

if [Legal Type 2]="Corp" and [Valid TIN]="Valid" and [Guarantor Subtype]="Unlimited" then "Priority 1"

else if [Legal Type 2]="Corp" and [Valid TIN]="Invalid" and [Guarantor Subtype]="Unlimited" then "Priority 2"

else if [Legal Type 2]="Indiv" or [Legal Type 2]="Trust" or [Guarantor Subtype]="Unlimited" then "Priority 3"

else if[Legal Type 2]="CORP" and [Valid TIN]="Valid" and [Guarantor Subtype]="Limited" then "Priority 4"

else if[Legal Type 2]="Corp" and [Guarantor Subtype]="Limited" and [Valid TIN]="Invalid" then "Priority 5"

else if[Legal Type 2]="Indiv" and [Guarantor Subtype]="limited" and [Valid TIN]="Invalid" then "Priority 6"

else if[Legal Type 2]="TRUST" and [Guarantor Subtype]="Limited" then "Priority 6" else ""

 

 

 

 

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Syndicate_Admin
Administrator
Administrator

Thanks for replying to my post. I had two issues; case sensitivity and a typo on a field name ... 

 

Regards

BA_Pete
Super User
Super User

Hi,

 

What do the error messages say?

Click on the whitespace in a cell that has the green "Error" in it and screenshot/copy the error.

 

Pete



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