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joeyb1215
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Filter with grouped condition

I was wondering if there is a way to group a filter condition. 

 

EX: I have a gallery that needs to exclude certain materials. For that I have the following:

Filter(RPTDLOADS, RPT<>"RPT", Material <> "DEL", Material <>"TCH", Material <>"RNT")

 

Is there any way to combine the Material conditions? The closest I got was the following, without any errors or warnings, but it does not filter at all. 

Filter(RPTDLOADS, RPT<>"RPT", Material <> "DEL"||"TCH"||"RNT")

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CarlosFigueira
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Power Apps

You can use the in operator for this:

Filter(RPTDLOADS, RPT <> "RPT", Not(Material in ["DEL","TCH","RNT"]))

Notice that depending on the data source for RPTDLOADS this may generate a delegation warning. If this is not a problem, then you can use this solution.

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CarlosFigueira
Power Apps
Power Apps

You can use the in operator for this:

Filter(RPTDLOADS, RPT <> "RPT", Not(Material in ["DEL","TCH","RNT"]))

Notice that depending on the data source for RPTDLOADS this may generate a delegation warning. If this is not a problem, then you can use this solution.

Thanks! Worked Perfectly!

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