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## How to count the lost category for each ID based on the statflag and Date

i have table like below and requirement is,
need to calculate the CategoryID for each Id whose ActiveFlag =1 and latest statflag is 0 and old statflag is 1

 ID CategoryID Activeflag statflag calenderDate Count a123 1 1 0 4/14/2021 1 a123 2 1 1 4/14/2021 0 a123 3 1 1 4/14/2021 0 a123 4 1 1 4/14/2021 0 b233 1 1 0 1/1/2021 0 b233 2 1 0 1/1/2021 1 b233 3 1 1 1/1/2021 0 c233 1 1 1 1/1/2021 0 e343 2 1 1 2/6/2021 0 f234 2 1 0 2/6/2021 0 a123 1 1 1 2/6/2021 0 b233 2 1 1 2/6/2021 0
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Super User

@Naresh91 , Try new column like

New column =
var _date = sumx(filter(Table, [ID] = earlier([ID]) && [CategoryID] =earlier([CategoryID]) && [calenderDate] <earlier([calenderDate])),[calenderDate])
var _statflag = sumx(filter(Table, [ID] = earlier([ID]) && [CategoryID] =earlier([CategoryID]) && [calenderDate] =_date),[statflag])
return
if([statflag] =0 && _statflag= 1, 1,0)

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Super User

@Naresh91 , Not very clear, can explain the output with examples

Employee

Hi @amitchandak ,

from the above data "a123" have statflag =1 for CategoryID 1 on "2/6/2021"
and "a123" have statflag =0 for CategoryID 1 on "4/14/2021"
so it will consider as Lost ID and so count will be 1

similar way for "b233" have statflag =1 for CategoryID 2 on "2/6/2021"
and "b233" have statflag =0 for CategoryID 2 on "1/1/2021"
so here also count is 1

so like this for the above data Lost count will be 2 as "a123" and "b233" lost their one CatogeryId

Super User

@Naresh91 , Try new column like

New column =
var _date = sumx(filter(Table, [ID] = earlier([ID]) && [CategoryID] =earlier([CategoryID]) && [calenderDate] <earlier([calenderDate])),[calenderDate])
var _statflag = sumx(filter(Table, [ID] = earlier([ID]) && [CategoryID] =earlier([CategoryID]) && [calenderDate] =_date),[statflag])
return
if([statflag] =0 && _statflag= 1, 1,0)

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