Boolean between two dates
I have a module with three line items: "From", "To" and "Any", which are all Boolean formatted. I also have time as a dimension. "From" is just true for one month, which comes from another module, and the same goes for "To".
My problem is within the "Any". I want that to be true for all dates between the "From" and "To". For example, if "From" is Jan 20, and "To" is Oct 20, I want all month between Jan and Oct to be true.
Any help is highly appreciated!
Takes two intermediate line items, but simpler
From? Cumulate = From? OR PREVIOUS(From? Cumulate)
To? Cumulate = To? OR PREVIOUS(To? Cumulate)
Any? = From? Cumulate AND To? OR NOT To? Cumulate
Caveat is you do need to ensure From? and To? are populated. It assumes if no To?, then it is included but you could add in a condition to check if there was no value for To? for the year to stop that if needed
I hope that helps
It is possible to simply this by using a formula like this.
Where "Jan 20" and "Oct 20" are not time dimensioned line items in period format.
IF Oct 20 = (ITEM(TIME)) Then TRUE ELSE IF Jan 20 = (ITEM(TIME)) THEN TRUE ELSE IF Jan 20 < (ITEM(TIME)) AND OCT 20 > (ITEM(TIME)) THEN TRUE ELSE FALSE
I hope this helps!
Thanks a lot for your help, it worked fine. However, I really wanted to do this in one line item, and managed to get it to work. This is what I did:
IF 'From' THEN 'From' ELSE IF PREVIOUS('To') THEN 'From' ELSE PREVIOUS('Any')
Hi David, Thanks for this solution, it is exactly what I need for a problem. However I have followed your solution and am getting ticks in the Any? Line item prior to the From? Line item, my objective is to have ticks between 13 and 19th Jan. Thanks in advance0
I found the same thing as you...Try this, it worked for me:
Basically, I changed the the following:
Cumulate to: To or Next(Cumulate To)
Final: Cumulate From and Cumulate To1
Thank you, yes that does the trick.