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Posted Thursday, February 13, 2014 11:30 AM
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I am attempting to write an expression for a conditional split. The Column name is InvalidAreaCode and the values of the column will always either be NULL or Invalid Area Code. Right now the expression looks like:

[InvalidAreaCode] == "Invalid Area Code"

When one of the NULL values is evaluated, it fails with "output "Bad Number" (127)" evaluated to NULL, but the "component "CSPLT - Split our bad Phone Numbers from Legit Numbers" (95)" requires a Boolean results.

I see NULL Functions within the CSPLT, but I cant get it to work correctly.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!
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Posted Friday, February 14, 2014 4:21 AM
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Just change your expression to
[InvalidAreaCode]== "Invalid Area Code" || ISNULL([InvalidAreaCode])

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