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Split Suppression Logic

rossc47800017
Level 2
Level 2

Hi, I am trying to understand the logic behind using a split as a suppression. If I make the below selection, in a split, it does NOT apply the removal of those colors, yet if I change the 'not equal to' to 'equal to' it only applies those colours. I am being told that to make that suppression work, if I use a 'not equal to', I need to change the operand from an 'Or' to an 'And.

This doesn't feel right and I wanted a second opinion on that logic?

Colour 'not equal to' Green

or

Colour 'not equal to' Yellow

or

Colour 'not equal to' Blue

or

Colour 'not equal to' Gold

Thanks.

1 Accepted Solution
Asheesh_Pandey
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi,

With an AND operator, you can repeat the same operations to target other deliveries. In your case to exclude, color mentions in your examples. However, you can also use Except to define an exception if required.

See More Examples Here https://docs.campaign.adobe.com/doc/AC/en/PTF_Creating_queries_Defining_filter_conditions.html

Thanks,

Asheesh

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4 Replies
ramon_bisswanger
Employee
Employee

Yes, you have to change it to AND ti get it working.

The rules is like NOT(A or B or C) and that translates to. NOT A and NOT b AND NOT c.

Factor out rules applied

Asheesh_Pandey
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi,

With an AND operator, you can repeat the same operations to target other deliveries. In your case to exclude, color mentions in your examples. However, you can also use Except to define an exception if required.

See More Examples Here https://docs.campaign.adobe.com/doc/AC/en/PTF_Creating_queries_Defining_filter_conditions.html

Thanks,

Asheesh

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