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AGS94
Level 8

Control's Default and Actual Result are not Equal

 

I have a slider control (SldB) with the formula below in the SldB.Default property.  When I cut-and-paste the formula into a label, the result is 51, which is the correct value. Yet for some reason, SldB.Value equals 0. I have this same formula for four other sliders and they are working fine.

 

 

If(
   ChkB.Value=false,0,
    If(VarSldB<>0,VarSldB,
        If(LookUp(CollUOM,UOMConcat=DrpUOM.Selected.Value,Measure)="Weight",
            LookUp(CollAdditives,PtAandAdd=Concatenate(LookUp(CollPtAPrd,Product=CmbItmA.Selected.Product,Family),CmbItmB.Selected.Result),WtMixRec)*100,
            LookUp(CollAdditives,PtAandAdd=Concatenate(LookUp(CollPtAPrd,Product=CmbItmA.Selected.Product,Family),CmbItmB.Selected.Result),VolMixRec)*100
            )
        )
)
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AGS94
Level 8

Re: Control's Default and Actual Result are not Equal

 

Closing this. No idea why the issue initially occured, but once I closed and went back in, everything was fine.

 

FWIW, the datasource is Excel on OneDrive.

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AGS94
Level 8

Re: Control's Default and Actual Result are not Equal

 

Closing this. No idea why the issue initially occured, but once I closed and went back in, everything was fine.

 

FWIW, the datasource is Excel on OneDrive.

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