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Applies to:  CELONIS 4.0 CELONIS 4.2 CELONIS 4.3 CELONIS 4.4 


Description

Returns true for all cases of a column that match any of the values of the match list. Returns false otherwise.

Syntax

table.column IN ( value1, ... )

Supported types

Supported value types for the match list are STRING, INTEGER, FLOAT and DATE.

Null handling

A match value can also be NULL. A NULL value matches with all cases of a column that are null.

Case sensitivity

Comparison of strings is case-sensitive

Examples


Column and match list contain only integers.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN "Table1"."Column1" IN (1, 3) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : INT
1
3
5
Output
Result
Column1 : INT
1
3
null




Column contains only integers and match list contains floats and integers. All cases of the column are matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN "Table1"."Column1" IN (1.0, 3) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : INT
1
3
Output
Result
Column1 : INT
1
3




Column and match list contain only dates.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN "Table1"."Column1" IN ({t 946771200000},{t 1009756800000},{t 1245145600000}) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : DATE
Sun Jan 02 2000 00:00:00.000
Mon Dec 31 2001 00:00:00.000
Sun Apr 16 2006 00:00:00.000
Output
Result
Column1 : DATE
Sun Jan 02 2000 00:00:00.000
Mon Dec 31 2001 00:00:00.000
null




Match list is parameterized with one parameter and IN operation is stored as a KPI. Stored KPI is called with one integer value which results in only one case of the column being matched.


Query
KPI "SAVED FORMULA"
CASE WHEN "Table1"."Column1" IN ({p1}) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE 0 END
Column1
KPI("saved formula", 1)
Input
Table1
Column1 : INT
1
2
3
Output
Result
Column1 : INT
1
0
0




Column and match list contain positive and negative integers. All non-null cases of the column are matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN ( "Table1"."Column1" IN (1, 3, -10, 9223372036854775807, -9223372036854775808 ) ) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : INT
null
3
1
-1
9223372036854775807
-9223372036854775808
Output
Result
Column1 : INT
null
3
1
null
9223372036854775807
-9223372036854775808




Column contains only NULL values and match list only non-NULL values. No cases of the column are matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN ( "Table1"."Column1" IN (1, 3, -10, 2147483647, -2147483648 ) ) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : INT
null
null
Output
Result
Column1 : INT
null
null




Column and match list contains only the same floats. All cases of the column are matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN "Table1"."Column1" IN (2.5, 4.0) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : FLOAT
2.5
4.0
Output
Result
Column1 : FLOAT
2.5
4.0




Column contains only floats and match list contains floats and integers. All cases of the column are matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN "Table1"."Column1" IN (2.5, 4) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : FLOAT
2.5
4.0
Output
Result
Column1 : FLOAT
2.5
4.0




Column and match list contain only strings and match list also contains empty string. Two cases of the column are matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN ( "Table1"."Column1" IN ('1', '3', '-10', '', 'aAa', 'bbb') ) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : STRING
'1'
'3'
'0'
'@'
'aAa'
'bBb'
Output
Result
Column1 : STRING
'1'
'3'
null
null
'aAa'
null




Column and match list contain empty string. Empty string is matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN ( "Table1"."Column1" IN ('1', '3', '-10', '') ) THEN "Table1"."Column1" ELSE null END
Input
Table1
Column1 : STRING
''
'2'
null
'3'
'4'
Output
Result
Column1 : STRING
''
null
null
'3'
null




Column and match list contains a NULL value and strings. The IN operator is used for column filtering.


Query
Filter
FILTER "Table1"."Column1" IN (NULL, '3')
Column1
"Table1"."Column1"
Input
Table1
Column1 : STRING
null
''
'3'
'4'
Output
Result
Column1 : STRING
null
'3'




Column contains a NULL value and 3 strings and match list 3 integers. The IN operator is applied on the COUNT aggregation of the column. One value of the match list is matched.


Query
Column1
CASE WHEN COUNT( "Table1"."Column1" ) IN (1, 2, 3) THEN 1 ELSE 0 END
Input
Table1
Column1 : STRING
null
'1'
'2'
'3'
Output
Result
Column1 : INT
1




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