I have the following If Statement that fails.
Facility = SelectedFacility.Text,
Line = SelectedLine.Text
) = 0,
Notify("What the heck"),//Other stuff)
The True part of the statement is fired every time even though the CountRows() = 1. I put the CountRows part as the Text parameter of a label and it's showing 1.
Why does the False part not get triggered in the IF statement?
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Just to make your app perform faster use First() around your filter formula. Only need to know if there is at least one match right 😉
And use IsEmpty() instead of CountRows().
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