In this sample below... I am trying to create 2 new variables...
Count and CountPending
the count is a new column that is created that is the sum of the seats requested where ticketstatusid=1
the countpending is a new column where the seats requested does not equal 1.
the counts are working and a new collection is created but the value for variable name count is associated with the values for the countpending filter and vice versa.
I thought the syntax was addcolumns(table, col1, formula, col2, formula)
ClearCollect(TicketRequestCounts,DropColumns(AddColumns(GroupBy('Ticket Request',"EventId","GroupedItems"),"Count",Sum(Filter(GroupedItems,TicketStatusId=1),'Seats Requested'),"CountPending",Sum(Filter(GroupedItems,TicketStatusId <> 1),'Seats Requested')),"GroupedItems"));
I'm sure this is something obvious but I'm pretty cross eyed at this point....any thoughts?
If anyone has any ideas for improving the formula let me know please.
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Firstly, you might consider calling Count something else as it is a Reserved Word in Power Apps, however your syntax
ClearCollect( TicketRequestCounts, DropColumns( AddColumns( GroupBy( 'Ticket Request', "EventId", "GroupedItems" ), "Count", Sum( Filter( GroupedItems, TicketStatusId=1 ), 'Seats Requested' ), "CountPending", Sum( Filter( GroupedItems, TicketStatusId <> 1 ), 'Seats Requested' ) ), "GroupedItems" ) )
should get the desired result. I assume TicketStatusId is numeric? If so you could use >1 rather than <>1, but I don't think that is the issue.
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No problems @sasrsc1966 ,
Just one thing you might consider in future when posting code, use Format Text and post it in a code box as in my post - it makes it much easier to read and correct if necessary.
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