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Multiple or nested IIF condition

Multiple or nested IIF condition

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Hi Folks I need some help here.

IIf( Price.[FileName] ="Price" and [SubmissionType]="Add", "467",
IIf( Price.[FileName] ="Price" and [SubmissionType]="Change", "467",
IIf( Price.[FileName] ="Rate" and [SubmissionType]="Add", "209",
IIf( Price.[FileName] ="Rate" and [SubmissionType]="Change", "TA","")))) AS TACheck_label

This query is throwing error. Can someone help me here please.

RE: Multiple or nested IIF condition


Could it be something as simple as an extra SPACE?

CODE

IIf([ Price 

Randy

RE: Multiple or nested IIF condition

I abhor nested IIf()s. These values and numbers should be stored in a table where your data belongs. However consider using Switch()

CODE --> Expression

Switch(Price.[FileName] ="Price" and [SubmissionType]="Add", "467", 
  Price.[FileName] ="Price" and [SubmissionType]="Change", "467",
  Price.[FileName] ="Rate" and [SubmissionType]="Add", "209",
  Price.[FileName] ="Rate" and [SubmissionType]="Change", "TA",
  True, "") 

Do you really want to return a string from the expression?

Duane
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

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