Concatenate while using index match and if statements

andrekel

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Hello forum,

I have a workbook, that I use to import data into our ERP. I have 3 columns(E,F,G) that I will input a number into. I want to concatenate the 3 columns in Column H. While inputting nothing if the column is empty.

AssortmentTiers-Products_Warehouses.xlsx
EFGH
1Depot 1Depot 2Depot 3Warehouses/ID
2123114115__export__.stock_warehouse_51_ced98dd7,,115
3
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
H2H2=(INDEX(warehouses!$A:$A,MATCH(E2,warehouses!$B:$B,0)))&IF(F2<>"",",",INDEX(warehouses!$A:$A,MATCH(F2,warehouses!$B:$B,0)))&IF(G2<>"",","&G2,"""""")


Not getting the results, I want. It is not pulling in the 2nd index match. The delimiter(comma) shows but the index-match is blank. When I remove the delimiter it works, but I need the comma to make sure the import works correctly.

Here it is with the delimiter(comma) removed.

AssortmentTiers-Products_Warehouses.xlsx
EFGH
1Depot 1Depot 2Depot 3Warehouses/ID
2123114115__export__.stock_warehouse_51_ced98dd7__export__.stock_warehouse_38_4318f5b3,115
3
Sheet2
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
H2H2=(INDEX(warehouses!$A:$A,MATCH(E2,warehouses!$B:$B,0)))&IF(F2<>"",INDEX(warehouses!$A:$A,MATCH(F2,warehouses!$B:$B,0)))&IF(G2<>"",","&G2,"""""")


As you see it works like it should, but the comma is missing.

Where am I going wrong. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

André
 

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Marcelo Branco

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Office Version
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  2. 2010
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Missing &

I think it should be
=IF(E2<>"",INDEX(.....),"")&IF(F2<>"",","&INDEX(.........),"")&IF(G2<>"",","&G2,"")

M.
 

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