IN( [_THIS], SELECT(Regions[Country], [_THISR...

(Test Birimi) #1

IN( [_THIS], SELECT(Regions[Country], [_THISROW].[Lead Region] = [Region]))

If I use this formula as follows, the filter is not applied, what could be the problem?

IFS( [City] = “Istanbul”, IN( [_THIS], SELECT(Regions[Country], [_THISROW].[Lead Region] = [Region])) )

When I use it as a valid if value, there is no error but no filtering is available.

@praveen

(Tony Fader) #2

@Test_Birimi Your IFS needs to return a default case, probably:

IFS( …same as above, FALSE )

(Test Birimi) #3

Unfortunately, it did not happen IFS function is used incorrectly:Inputs to IFS() must be one or more condition-value pairs

@tony

(Tony Fader) #4

@Test_Birimi You could just use the IF function

IF([City] = “Istanbul”, IN(whatever), FALSE)

You need to consider what to return when the city is not istanbul.

(Test Birimi) #5

IFS( [City] = “Istanbul”, IN( [_THIS], SELECT(Regions[Country], [_THISROW].[Lead Region] = [Region])), false, IN( [_THIS], Regions[Country]) )

this did not fail but did not

(Test Birimi) #6

IF( [City] = “Istanbul”, IN( [_THIS], SELECT(Regions[Country], [_THISROW].[Lead Region] = [Region])),IN( [_THIS], Regions[Country]) )

(Test Birimi) #7

unfortunately this did not happen, formula is running but not dropdown filtering

(Aleksi Alkio) #8

Try…

IF([City] = “Istanbul”, SELECT(Regions[Country],[_THISROW].[Lead Region]=[Region]), Regions[Country])

(Test Birimi) #9

@Aleksi_Alkio You are as magnificent as ever, thank you very much.

(Aleksi Alkio) #10

You’re welcome