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HothaifahHijazi
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several conditions in filtering

Dear Friends, 

i want to display Dr Name based on the controls of day, Room.No and Timming ( see the attachment) 

what is the formula can do this 

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Filsdegandalf
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Hello @HothaifahHijazi ,

 

Do you have the filter criterias linked to your Dr Name in your database?

 

What's the datasource?

 

Regards

Datasource is a table for the weekly distribution of clinics in the hospital

as in the attachment :

 

 

it seems that your attachment is missing @HothaifahHijazi 

sorry and here the attachment 

Ok so it should look like this : 

 

Filter(ExcelFileDataSource, And(drpDay.Selected.Value = Day, drpRoomNo.Selected.Value = RoomNo, drpTiming.Selected.Value = Timing)

Regards,

Dear Fildegandalf,

Do I need to run this formula in Datasource or in item ?

thanks,

Hothaifah 

Hi,

You have to put this formula as the data source of ur gallery

Regards,

appreciated your responses

kindly, see the attachments :

the formula i used :

Filter(Table1,And(WeekDay = Dropdown1.Selected.Result,RoomNo=Dropdown2.Selected.Result,Timing=Dropdown3.Selected.Result)

 

no value available after " Selected"

 

and it display nothing 

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