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Resolver II
Resolver II

Add in filter to datediff, last, if statement

Hi all, 
I have the below formula so far, which is giving me the value of how long somebody paused an operation.

DateDiff(
Last(
If(
ThisItem.Operation = "Cutting",
TempCuttingTimeLog,
ThisItem.Operation = "Drilling",
TempDrillingTimeLog,
ThisItem.Operation = "Welding",
TempWeldingTimeLog,
ThisItem.Operation = "Inspection",
TempInspectionTimeLog
)
).Pause,
Now(),
Minutes
)

I need to include a filter into this as there can be multiple jobs in the source list at once and the last value needs to match with the last when its title=thisitem.title.

I've had a few go's at this and think i'm getting the syntax order messed up.

Image below was taken at 12.42, the 60 it is displaying is the "pause time" this is wrong as it's looking at the last pause time, not the last pause time that matches the job number/title

Thanks as always!2020-07-02 12_42_44-.png

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: Add in filter to datediff, last, if statement

@PPSA 
Here's my attempt at it...

DateDiff(
    Last(
        If(
            ThisItem.Operation = "Cutting",
            Filter(TempCuttingTimeLog, Title=2),
            ThisItem.Operation = "Drilling",
            Filter(TempDrillingTimeLog, Title=2),
            ThisItem.Operation = "Welding",
            Filter(TempWeldingTimeLog, Title=2),
            ThisItem.Operation = "Inspection",
            Filter(TempInspectionTimeLog, Title=2)
        )
    ).Pause,
    Now(),
    Minutes
)



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Super User III
Super User III

Re: Add in filter to datediff, last, if statement

@PPSA 
Here's my attempt at it...

DateDiff(
    Last(
        If(
            ThisItem.Operation = "Cutting",
            Filter(TempCuttingTimeLog, Title=2),
            ThisItem.Operation = "Drilling",
            Filter(TempDrillingTimeLog, Title=2),
            ThisItem.Operation = "Welding",
            Filter(TempWeldingTimeLog, Title=2),
            ThisItem.Operation = "Inspection",
            Filter(TempInspectionTimeLog, Title=2)
        )
    ).Pause,
    Now(),
    Minutes
)



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Resolver II
Resolver II

Re: Add in filter to datediff, last, if statement

That has done the job @mdevaney , thank you.

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