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I am trying to write an if statement with 2 conditions.... one of them being if it has been longer than 60 minutes and the other condition is that it is "late". Example, I am trying to determine when shipments are late over an hour but I don't want it to count when shipments are early, just when they are late. Here is the equation I had originally buts its counting when shipments are greater than 60 minutes early as well:
IF HDIFF ( SHIPMENT_INDIVIDUAL_MOVE_COSTING.LOAD_DATE_FIELDS.SL_LD_DROP_ACTUAL_DATE , SHIPMENT_INDIVIDUAL_MOVE_COSTING.LOAD_DATE_FIELDS.SL_LD_DROP_APPT_START_DATE , 'Minute' , 'D6' ) GT 60 THEN 1 ELSE 0
Any assistance or thoughts are appreciated.... I feel stuckThis message has been edited. Last edited by: FP Mod Chuck,
Your Function is OK, although I would use the simplified DTDIFF(SL_LD_DROP_ACTUAL_DATE , SL_LD_DROP_APPT_START_DATE , MINUTE) instead to optimize SQL. 60 min early would be -60 so that wouldn't pass your GT 60 condition.
This is part of a define. I am currently not detecting early from late in another field. I can physically look and see if something is early or late from the dates shown but I do not have an equation setup (other than the one I wrote above) that detects early vs late.
Originally posted by Frans: Your Function is OK, although I would use the simplified DTDIFF(SL_LD_DROP_ACTUAL_DATE , SL_LD_DROP_APPT_START_DATE , MINUTE) instead to optimize SQL. 60 min early would be -60 so that wouldn't pass your GT 60 condition.