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Helper II

Need Help with Add Columns Formula

 I need help with a formula. If anyone has a better way to do this then that would be awesome.

 

ClearCollect(ReviewList, 
AddColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_, Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),
"CurrentReviewer",
If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1",LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=ID,Reviewer_1.DisplayName),
If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2",LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=ID,Reviewer_2.DisplayName),
If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3",LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=ID,Reviewer_3.DisplayName)))))); 

 

I currently am using the above collection formula to add a column called "Current User" that looks up the name of the user based on the value in the Review_Status Column. For whatever reason it will not pull in the user for column when the review status is "Sent to Reviewer3". I have tried everything. It's not formatting. I don't know how to fix it, but I really need it to do this. 

 

Is there a better formula I could use?  

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Hi @Becca51178 :

I guess this condition "ID=ID" may cause ambiguity.Please Try:

 

ClearCollect(ReviewList,
            AddColumns(
                 RenameColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_,Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),"ID","IDD"),
                 "CurrentReviewer",
                 If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1",
                    LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=IDD,Reviewer_1.DisplayName),
                    If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2",
                       LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=IDD,Reviewer_2.DisplayName),
                       If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3",
                       LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=IDD,Reviewer_3.DisplayName))))));

 or

ClearCollect(ReviewList,
            AddColumns(
                 RenameColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_,Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),"ID","IDD"),
                 "CurrentReviewer",
                 If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1",
                    Reviewer_1.DisplayName,
                    If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2",
                       Reviewer_2.DisplayName,
                       If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3",
                       Reviewer_3.DisplayName))))); 

or

ClearCollect(ReviewList,
            AddColumns(
                 RenameColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_,Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),"ID","IDD"),
                 "CurrentReviewer",
                 Switch(Review_Status.Value,
                        "Sent to Reviewer1",
                        Reviewer_1.DisplayName,
                        "Sent to Reviewer2",
                        Reviewer_2.DisplayName,
                        "Sent to Reviewer3",
                        Reviewer_3.DisplayName))); 

If you still have any question,please don't hesitate to let me know.

Best Regards,

Bof

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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Becca51178 :

I guess this condition "ID=ID" may cause ambiguity.Please Try:

 

ClearCollect(ReviewList,
            AddColumns(
                 RenameColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_,Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),"ID","IDD"),
                 "CurrentReviewer",
                 If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1",
                    LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=IDD,Reviewer_1.DisplayName),
                    If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2",
                       LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=IDD,Reviewer_2.DisplayName),
                       If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3",
                       LookUp(FSDetailSupport_,ID=IDD,Reviewer_3.DisplayName))))));

 or

ClearCollect(ReviewList,
            AddColumns(
                 RenameColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_,Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),"ID","IDD"),
                 "CurrentReviewer",
                 If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1",
                    Reviewer_1.DisplayName,
                    If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2",
                       Reviewer_2.DisplayName,
                       If(Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3",
                       Reviewer_3.DisplayName))))); 

or

ClearCollect(ReviewList,
            AddColumns(
                 RenameColumns(Filter(FSDetailSupport_,Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"),"ID","IDD"),
                 "CurrentReviewer",
                 Switch(Review_Status.Value,
                        "Sent to Reviewer1",
                        Reviewer_1.DisplayName,
                        "Sent to Reviewer2",
                        Reviewer_2.DisplayName,
                        "Sent to Reviewer3",
                        Reviewer_3.DisplayName))); 

If you still have any question,please don't hesitate to let me know.

Best Regards,

Bof

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Hi @Becca51178 ,

Just for something different - you might try the new As statement to cure the ambiguity. I have also done a With() and a Switch() to condense the code a bit.

ClearCollect(
   ReviewList, 
   AddColumns(
      Filter(
         FSDetailSupport_, 
         Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer3" || 
         Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer2" || 
         Review_Status.Value="Sent to Reviewer1"
      ) As vReview,
      "CurrentReviewer",
      With(
         {
            vName:
            LookUp(
               FSDetailSupport_,
               ID=vReview.ID
            )
         },
         Switch(
            Review_Status.Value,
            "Sent to Reviewer1",
            vName.Reviewer_1.DisplayName,
            "Sent to Reviewer2",
            vName.Reviewer_2.DisplayName,
            "Sent to Reviewer3",
            vName.Reviewer_3.DisplayName
         )
      )
   )
)

 

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I really like this code but its throwing an error on the Switch part

Becca51178_0-1595944816402.png

 

Thanks! These both worked great!

Thanks @Becca51178 ,

You do have the option (up to you entirely) of accepting more than one solution, especially if they are helpful in the future for others.

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