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Follow-on question to IF Statement <= Date Calculated Column:

Adding the Date function fixed the problem. However, it does not work on other days, unless I modify (OK) the Calculated Column, everyday. This is a short term fix, how do we get a long term fix?

It also reverted to "CCEA-18-147", instead of "...-295" after I modified the name of the item.

  • Based on your post, your requirement is “Check if Date Created is earlier than 31 December 2017, than input CCEA-17-(ID+147), otherwise input CCEA-18-(ID+147)”. Why do you need to modify the calculated column Every Day? What is the data you need to modify? What do you want to achieve? Could you provide some samples? – JoannaW_MSFT Feb 1 '18 at 5:58
  • Disregard...the issue has resolved itself – Dave McEwan Feb 1 '18 at 15:47
  • So, after all, the problem is still there. – Dave McEwan Feb 2 '18 at 14:31
  • So, after all, the problem is still there. The item Tracking # comes in as ...-147 on the List and in the workflow e-mails "Please do not reply. This is an automated email. VIEW IN HTML 480 ISRW/CCEA is processing Tracking #CCEA-18-147." The Tracking # is offset by 147 due to previous entries. If I modify (click OK) to the Tracking # column, the entry updates in the List. How do I have the Tracking # updating automatically? – Dave McEwan Feb 2 '18 at 14:52
  • Add "Pause for Duration" before the actions, see if it is resolved. – JoannaW_MSFT Feb 5 '18 at 1:35
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I have read your previous post, and to achieve what you want, you can use multiple conditions in you SharePoint calculated column.

=IF(
    AND(
        [DATE CREATED] <= Date(2017,12,31),
        [DATE CREATED] <> Date(2017,12,31)
    ),
    ("CCEA-17-"&[Submission ID#]+147), ("CCEA-18-"&[Submission ID#]+147")
)

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