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I have a two fields that I want to put into a formula field. I want the first field, and then if the second field is not blank, I want a line break or two, followed by the word 'Test: ' and the second field. How can this be achieved? The <br> + Test: should only appear if the citation field is not blank.

So if the second field is blank, it should be:

If not,
Field 1 + <br> + Test: Field2

I tried using Case to no avail, and can't even get this to work if I remove the <br> and just put in a space. Thank you!

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May you please try the formula syntax below:


[@field:Field1] + 

CASE WHEN DATALENGTH([@field:Field2]) = ''


Citation: ' + [@field:Field2]



This should always output the first field and concatenate the second field, if the second field is not blank.

It is possible that you have forgotten to put an ELSE block in your CASE Statement when you tried to do so. This is important because if the CASE Statement is not satisfied, it will return NULL. And doing operations with NULL values always results to NULL.

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