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I need to disable the limit
Question

I have a limit, there the number is 100.

If someone exceeds the amount of more than 100, then a warning "limit exceeded" is issued. But I need to write a condition that I can disable the limit if I write the number - 0.


My condition is, how can I correctly write a condition to disable the limit.


(GetPropertyDecimalBI12.Value > GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum) or (GetPropertyDecimalBI16.Value> GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum)
Rank: #70
Solution

Hi there,


Try the following:


GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum <> 0 and ((GetPropertyDecimalBI12.Value > GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum) or (GetPropertyDecimalBI16.Value> GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum))


Regards,
João

Rank: #329

Hi kan,


Hope you are doing well, 

Assuming you have above condition in IF branch and you want to disable the limit i.e execute the else flow for value =0

try

(GetPropertyDecimalBI12.Value > 0 and GetPropertyDecimalBI12.Value > GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum) or (GetPropertyDecimalBI16.Value > 0 and GetPropertyDecimalBI16.Value> GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum)


in above case as the value =0 , Else flow will be executed.


Please let me know if the limit is for the two variable mentioned in condition or for the sum

Regards,

Swapnil

Rank: #70
Solution

Hi there,


Try the following:


GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum <> 0 and ((GetPropertyDecimalBI12.Value > GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum) or (GetPropertyDecimalBI16.Value> GetApplicationById3.List.Current.TotalAmountSum))


Regards,
João