Given the following datasource of reservations, …we want to create a table with column A being the name, and column B being the number of tables. However, sometimes the name is missing for the reservation, and we need to make sure that column A is not misaligned to column B. What formula would we use to do this? [UPDATED]

Given the following datasource of reservations, …we want to create a table with column A being the name, and column B being the number of tables. However, sometimes the name is missing for the reservation, and we need to make sure that column A is not misaligned to column B. What formula would we use to do this? Question/Answer & Solution

  • @/reservations/name
  • SELECT ( @/reservations/name, @/reservations/name !=BLANK() )
  • IF ( @/reservations/name !=BLANK(), @/reservations/name, BLANK() )
  • Correct Answer : @kf:fill_elements(/reservations, ‘name’)
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