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sjones11922
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When combo box is blank, not returning all results

I am building an app to track license status. I created a collection to pass through to a combobox that will filter by upcoming expirations in the next week and next month. However, when my combo box is empty it only shows me licenses with blank date values instead of all licenses in the database. I assume it is the structure of my formula. Can someone help me?

Here's the code I am using: 

Filter(
'License Tracker',
StartsWith(State, Searchbox.Text) || StartsWith('License Holder'.Value, Searchbox.Text),
'Expiration Date' >= ddTimeSelection.Selected.StartDate && 'Expiration Date' <= ddTimeSelection.Selected.EndDate && If(!IsBlank(ddTimeSelection.SelectedItems), 'Expiration Date'
))

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @sjones11922 ,

The syntax you need would be something like this, but how are you selecting both the start and end date from the one dropdown?

Filter(
   'License Tracker',
   (
      StartsWith(
         State, 
         Searchbox.Text
      ) || 
      StartsWith(
         'License Holder'.Value, 
         Searchbox.Text
      )
   ) &&
   (
      Value(ddTimeSelection.Selected.StartDate)=0 || 
      (
         'Expiration Date' >= ddTimeSelection.Selected.StartDate && 
         'Expiration Date' <= ddTimeSelection.Selected.EndDate 
      )
   )
)

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @sjones11922 ,

The syntax you need would be something like this, but how are you selecting both the start and end date from the one dropdown?

Filter(
   'License Tracker',
   (
      StartsWith(
         State, 
         Searchbox.Text
      ) || 
      StartsWith(
         'License Holder'.Value, 
         Searchbox.Text
      )
   ) &&
   (
      Value(ddTimeSelection.Selected.StartDate)=0 || 
      (
         'Expiration Date' >= ddTimeSelection.Selected.StartDate && 
         'Expiration Date' <= ddTimeSelection.Selected.EndDate 
      )
   )
)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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Thank you so much! This worked. My combo box has the choices "This week" and "This month" and I is based on a collection on the OnVisible of my home screen: 

ClearCollect(
colTimeFilter,
{
DisplayName: "This Week",
StartDate: DateAdd(
Today(),
1 - Weekday(
Today(),
StartOfWeek.Monday
),
Days
),
EndDate: DateAdd(
Today(),
1 - Weekday(
Today(),
StartOfWeek.Monday
) + 6,
Days
)
},
{
DisplayName: "This Month",
StartDate: DateAdd(
Today(),
1 - Weekday(
Today(),
StartOfWeek.Monday
),
Days
),
EndDate: DateAdd(
Today(),
1 - Weekday(
Today(),
StartOfWeek.Monday
) + 30,
Days
)
}
)

Hi @sjones11922 ,

This is solved now? If so please mark as solution.

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