IIF Function Within A Query
I would like to create a new field Called "Work Due" that will be able to pick up the Field data "Yes" from either of the three different Fields(1,2 & 3) from any record within the records returned by the query, so that when I
put the query into a form in datasheet view the form will only show 1 field header ("Work Due") instead of 3 with the data from the field type where the data equals "YES"
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I link great, it pulls in the data; however, in cases which would trigger the IIF function, those are not polling correctly. I have multiple sheets in the workbook and have use the IIF feature on those as well (different lookup) and they work fine.
If I export the data straight to excel (no linking) from access all data is correct.
I have multiple sheets in the workbook and have use the IIF feature on those as well (different lookup) and they work fine.
If I export the data straight to excel (no linking) from access all data is correct
Is this possible to do with iif and have the result returned in on form with a subreport?
1) IIF(WEEKDAY(DATE(),2),, )
I know a function is a better way to go about it anyway though, When I seecode, I can generally figure out what it's trying to do, but I can't seem to grasp it enough to do it on my own.
Here's the nested IIf I tried (I tried several variations ~ this is the last one I tried):
Several of the codes are the same, such as If the Program is SVR and the type is 2 or 3, so I tried to do get thevalue to default to the correct Program code if none of the other statements were true, thereby eliminating the need for the extra IIf statements, but I didn't get anywhere with thateither.
- HmRd: Either "H" for Home games or "R" for Road Games.
- AResults: "W" = win, "L" = Lost
- W: IIf([AResults]="W",1,0) - that works
- L: IIf([AResults]="L",1,0) - that works
- HW: IIf([AResults]="W" & [HmRd]="H",1,0) that DOESN'T work
- RW: IIf([AResults]="W" & [HmRd]="R",1,0) that DOESN'T work
Does anyone follow my question. Is the IIf Function exculsively just involves 1-fld in it's statement or can multiply flds be in an IIf statement?
I've areadey done this with nested iif functions with no problem, the only difference is in this case I want to return text intead of numerica characters, and it won't except this.
Here is an example of a function that work's:
Now If I take this same function and as the true argument,enter, S, or "S", it returns an error. If I enter the true argument as "S", It allowws the expression to go, but whne I save it I get the error
IIf([Cost]<0,"Proceeds Recv'd", IIf([Cost]=0,"$0", IIf([Cost]<5000,"$1-$4,999", IIf([Cost]<10000,"$5,000-$9,999", IIf([Cost]<25000,"$10,000-$24,999", IIf([Cost]<50000,"$25,000-$49,999", IIf([Cost]<75000,"$50,000-$74,999", IIf([Cost]<100000,"$75,000-$99,999", IIf([Cost]<150000,"$100,000-$149,999", IIf([Cost]<250000,"$150,000-$249,999", IIf([Cost]>=250000,"$250,000+","Blank"))))))))))) AS [Cost Range]
I need to create an IIf statement that will count only if 2 piecec of criteria are met. I have tried a few things but I keep getting an error when I run the report that the expression is either typed incorrectly or is too complex. I have listed a few of the options I have tried below. Is there a way to fenagle one of these so that I can recieve a count of records meeting both criteria?
=Count(IIf([Control 1]="Yes" & [Control 2]="Yes",0))
=Count(IIf([Control 1] & [Control 2]="Yes",0))
=Count(IIf([Control 1]="Yes", Count(IIF([Control 2]="Yes",0)),0) this one returned a cannot have aggregate function error.
=IIf([Control 1]="Yes",Count(IIf([Control 2]="Yes