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@bnadler004 wrote: I would like to do the following in a conditional statement: If (Condition) then [New Variable] = [Column A] Else "Not Tested" (or -1 if numeric) Endif
The conditional statement looks straightforward. What did you have in mind to create this "New Variable". Whatever you would do to create that variable could be done within the conditional statement rather that in a separate field.
Thanks for providing that sample workflow for me to review. It looks like you're trying to calculate the low/high value range for each vehicle type, for each record in your input. I wasn't sure what the A,B,C,D values in Dataset2 meant, so i skipped them for now.
Take a look at the attached example where I did a little clean up and preparation on DataSet2, then computed value ranges for each record in the second tool container. If this is all wrong, then let me know and I'll give it another shot.