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Opposite of "IsMatch" function?

Hello I am trying to filter a dataform connected to a database with a dropdown. I am specifically attempting to filter a column that has multiple values (or tags) separated by a comma. I want to filter this source by multiple conditions, including entities that do NOT contain the word "Global". I cannot do a straight 1 to 1 comparison using "<>" since this column has multiple tags separated by commas. 

 

The function "IsMatch" works when i attempt to only filter to those values in the column. I am curious how i would filter by the inverse of this? Showing ALL results in my dataform for entities that do NOT contain the keyword. The code looks something like this:

 

Dropdown1.Selected.Value = "PM", Filter('Activities', Or(state_label = "Open", stage= "Six"), And(IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase)

 

Meaning= When dropdown "PM" is selected, filter data source "Activities" with state = Open, Stage = Six and Tags to all rows that do NOT contain the word "global"

 

Can anybody help me here?

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Super User III
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@moelhag
I think you can take this section code that you’ve already written...

 

IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase)

 

...and make this simple change.

 

!(IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase))

 

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Super User III
Super User III

@moelhag
I think you can take this section code that you’ve already written...

 

IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase)

 

...and make this simple change.

 

!(IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase))

 

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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @moelhag ,

Do you want to get the inverse value of IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase)?

It can be easily implemented by using Not or ! Operator:

Not(IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase))

or

!(IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase))

Ive made a similar test for your reference:

1\ Add a dropdown control(DropDown1) and Set the controls items property to:

 

 ["PM","PP","MM"]

2\ Add a gallery control and set the controls items property to:

If(

    Dropdown1.Selected.Value = "PM",      

    Filter(

        Activities,

        Or(

            state_label = "Open",

            stage = "Six"

        ) && !(IsMatch(            /*get the inverse value of ‘IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase)’*/

            tsatags,

            "Global",

            Contains & IgnoreCase        

        ))

    )

)

   398.png

 

If you still have any question please dont hesitate to let us know.

 

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

@moelhag 

I have no idea why @v-yutliu-msft feels the need to repeat what I have already said 2 days earlier 😒

 

This is the solution...

!(IsMatch(tsatags, "Global", Contains & IgnoreCase))

 

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