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Parking space count in a worksheet/database


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🙂. This issue (although not with parking spaces) has been eating up my free brain cycles for the last couple weeks.

 

The answer may depend on wether you are still running 2019.

 

You can combine them directly into a worksheet with IF/THEN/ELSE statements.  But that causes them to become uneditable.

 

You could use worksheet scripts.  I always have to sit quietly for a moment to remind myself exactly how they work and what the limitations are, but I suspect that something could be done.

 

If you are running 2020 or 2021 you could map the data from the various parking space tools to an uber record format and call that to a schedule.  This is quickly becoming my favorite new thing.

 

Give me a day and I should able to put together an example 🙂 

 

 

 

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Database Criteria:   Type is Parking Spaces

 

Function:            

 

=COUNT('Parking Spaces'.'No of Spaces')

and

='Parking Along Path'.'Num Spaces'

and

=COUNT('Parking Spaces'.'No Handicap Spaces')

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I think it's just 3 - there may be some legacy tool.

 

You'll also need this for other scenarios

='Parking Along Path'.'Num Spaces'

and

=COUNT('Parking Spaces'.'No Handicap Spaces')

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