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Formula to support in/not in operation

If the structure formula can support in/not in operations it would simplify the formula creation/usage.

Currently, we would need multiple if conditions for simple operations shown below.

Currrent Scenario: 

(safepi = 'PI13' AND status = 'planned' AND safecommitment = 'Committed'), "Yes",
(safepi = 'PI13' AND status = 'planned' AND safecommitment = 'Uncommitted'), "Yes",
(safepi = 'PI13' AND status = 'in progress' AND safecommitment = 'Committed'), "Yes",
(safepi = 'PI13' AND status = 'in progress' AND safecommitment = 'Uncommitted'), "Yes",


Updated Scenario:

(safepi = 'PI13' AND status in ('planned','in progress') AND safecommitment in ('Committed','Uncommitted')), "Yes",

If we support in/not in operations the usage would be simplified further.


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Dionathan Lopes _ALM Works_
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Nov 03, 2021 • edited

Hello @alwaysharsha 

Dionathan from ALM Works here.

Here is an example formula you could use as a template:


safepi in ("PI13") and
status in ("Planned", "In Progress") and
safecommitment in ("Committed","Uncommitted")};

"Yes"; "No"


Please note that this formula will work only on the latest versions of Structure (V7.0 +). 

Also, here you can find more information about Formulas and Arrays:

Please let me know if it helps.

Best Regards
Dionathan L

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