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kashy
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ignore filter if radio buttion value is none

I have radio buttons on a different screen and I'm trying to filter the data as per the selection.

 

Filter(Purchases, CategoryTxt=thisCat,If(warr="Out of Warranty",DateValue(Expiry_Date)<Today(),If(warr="Under Warranty",DateValue(Expiry_Date)>Today(),false)))

 

But, the issue I'm facing is, when radio button value is none, I need all items to be shown.

 

How can I achive this?

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Re: ignore filter if radio buttion value is none

Have tried using the switch statement. It could execute different Filters based on the value of the radio buttons. It would look something like this:

 

 

Switch(warr, 
  "Out of Warranty", 
  Filter(Purchases, 
    CategoryTxt=thisCat, DateValue(Expiry_Date)<Today()
  ),
  "Under Warranty",
  Filter(Purchases,
    CategoryTxt=thisCat, DateValue(Expiry_Date)>Today()
  ),
  Filter(Purchases,
    CategoryTxt=thisCat)
)

I did this freehand, so there could be some typos.

 



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