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Collect-Lookup-Invalid argument type

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iskhj000
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Re: Collect-Lookup-Invalid argument type

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!  THANK YOU!!!!  It works

 

Yumia and Randy - I appreciate what you have taught me..... I am off running again.  Smiley Very Happy

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Re: Collect-Lookup-Invalid argument type

Hi @iskhj000 ,

 

Do you want to get the table which has the Address’s TCG# is match your second table?

I think you can change your formula expression as next:

Initial Collection: ClearCollect(CollIncompletesv6, Deactivation Incompletes)

Add Address Collection:ClearCollect(collUpdated6,AddColumns(CollIncompletesv6,”AddressLot”,LookUP(‘Master List’, TCG#= CollIncompletesv6.TCG#,Address)))

 

I test as this:

Button.Onselect: ClearCollect(test2,'[dbo].[Table_20190222DI]');ClearCollect(test3,AddColumns(test2,"Addresslot",LookUp('[dbo].[Table_20190222MasterTable]','TCG#' in test2.'TCG#',Address)))  (on your side you can change to your tale’s and column’s name)

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Result:

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20190222invalidargument3.jpg

 

Hope this can be helpful.

Best Regards.

Yumia

iskhj000
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Re: Collect-Lookup-Invalid argument type

Thank you Yumia

I think this is close but I am getting the same results as you... but... the addresses end up being the same for all of the records in the updated collection
I was needing the final collection to look like

123    101 no where street

789    103 hereweare dr

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Re: Collect-Lookup-Invalid argument type

@iskhj000 

Try the following (going back to your original collect statement rather than creating another one).

 

   ClearCollect(collUpdated6, AddColumns(CollIncompletesv6, "AddressLot", LookUp('Master List', 'TCG#'=CollIncompletesv6[@'TCG#']).Address))

 

This should give you the original collection you wanted - the difference here is the use of a disambiguation operator that will observe your Record Scope properly.

 

See if that helps.

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iskhj000
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Re: Collect-Lookup-Invalid argument type

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!  THANK YOU!!!!  It works

 

Yumia and Randy - I appreciate what you have taught me..... I am off running again.  Smiley Very Happy

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