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JaviGoldstein
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FIFO question

Hi, I am trying to "assign" pending orders to batches based on FIFO.   I have 2 tables:

 

tblSKU

JaviGoldstein_0-1708708295926.png

tblPendingOrders

JaviGoldstein_1-1708708323095.png

I want to add a column to tblSKU showing pending orders.   So, with the current pending orders, tblSKU would look like this:  

JaviGoldstein_2-1708708961650.png

 

Looking for the best way to accomplish this with DAX.     Thx!

 

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v-heq-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @JaviGoldstein ,
Here us my test data:

vheqmsft_0-1708928302168.png

Create a calculate column

Pending Orders = 
VAR tblPO = 
    CALCULATE(
        MAX(tblPendingOrders[Amount]),
        FILTER(
            tblPendingOrders,
            tblPendingOrders[SKU] = tblSKU[SKU]
        )
    )
VAR temp_result = 
    IF(
        (tblPO-tblSKU[Balance]) >= 0,
        tblPO-tblSKU[Balance],
        0
    )
RETURN
IF(
    (temp_result - tblSKU[Balance]) > 0,
    temp_result - tblSKU[Balance],
    IF(
        tblPO > tblSKU[Balance],
        IF(
            tblSKU[Batch] = 1,
            tblSKU[Balance],
            temp_result
        ),
        temp_result
    )
)

Final output

vheqmsft_1-1708928352164.png

 

Best regards,

Albert He

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

 

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v-heq-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @JaviGoldstein ,
Here us my test data:

vheqmsft_0-1708928302168.png

Create a calculate column

Pending Orders = 
VAR tblPO = 
    CALCULATE(
        MAX(tblPendingOrders[Amount]),
        FILTER(
            tblPendingOrders,
            tblPendingOrders[SKU] = tblSKU[SKU]
        )
    )
VAR temp_result = 
    IF(
        (tblPO-tblSKU[Balance]) >= 0,
        tblPO-tblSKU[Balance],
        0
    )
RETURN
IF(
    (temp_result - tblSKU[Balance]) > 0,
    temp_result - tblSKU[Balance],
    IF(
        tblPO > tblSKU[Balance],
        IF(
            tblSKU[Batch] = 1,
            tblSKU[Balance],
            temp_result
        ),
        temp_result
    )
)

Final output

vheqmsft_1-1708928352164.png

 

Best regards,

Albert He

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

 

@v-heq-msft this is perfect.   THANKS!   

lbendlin
Super User
Super User

Please use a proper logistics planning tool.  Power BI has no memory and is incapable of handling material allocation tasks. Its focus is on reporting data.

not using this as a logistics solution.   Reporting only.    

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