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date formula with conditions

Hi all,

I created this formula to get a divisa number. The question is that I can´t use the operator " * " to calculate the figure. I would appreciate any idea?

IF ( BillingDate__c + Service_Term_months__c * 30 > DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1),
    IF ((NRC__c +  Incremental_MRC__c )* DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1) -  BillingDate__c),

         IF ( BillingDate__c + Service_Term_months__c * 30 < DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1)),

             IF(NRC__c +  (Incremental_MRC__c * Service_Term_months__c),null)

Deepak Maheshwari 7Deepak Maheshwari 7



Please let me know the data type for all fields which are used in formula field.

Then I will modify the formula as per your requirement.





Your formula seems to be incomplete (both logic as well as syntax).

I have made syntactical correction. But still this doesn't seem to be correct in terms of logic.
IF (BillingDate__c + (Service_Term_months__c * 30) > DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1, 1),
    IF ((NRC__c + Incremental_MRC__c ) * (DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1) -  BillingDate__c)),
         IF (BillingDate__c + (Service_Term_months__c * 30) < DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1)),
             IF(NRC__c +  (Incremental_MRC__c * Service_Term_months__c)),null)
IF (BillingDate__c + (Service_Term_months__c * 30) > DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1, 1)
If the above condition is true, you are checking the below condition
IF ((NRC__c + Incremental_MRC__c ) * (DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1) - BillingDate__c))
if the second condition is true, you are checking the third condition
IF (BillingDate__c + (Service_Term_months__c * 30) < DATE(YEAR(TODAY())+1,1,1))
If this is true (technically not possible because this is the opposite of first condition), you are checking fourth condition
IF(NRC__c + (Incremental_MRC__c * Service_Term_months__c))
if the fourth condition is true, you are returning NULL.

This cannot be the complete logic.

Can you explain your business case a little, so that we can help you out?