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anwessel
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New Column for Matching Column 2 to Column 1

Column 1 (Project ID) contains repeating values.

Column 2 contains a series of values, maximum of 1 of each per project ID (column 1). 

 

I want to add a new column that adds value of "Canceled" whenever column 2 contains "Canceled", but to mark that for all rows where Project ID matches.

 

Example from screenshot below:

Project ID: 64f1de08076108cf4638f61b4def8bdb 
Print Statuses: Sent to print, Not submitted, Printing, Shipped, Canceled

 

Since this Project ID has Print Status of "canceled", I want to mark all rows with 64f1de08076108cf4638f61b4def8bdb as "Canceled" in a new column. 

 

Alternatively,

Project ID: 64f9d23a01d07f63c698ec40de8e9f51 does NOT have the print status of "canceled", so the new column would be blank for all rows of this Project ID. 

 

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v-tangjie-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @anwessel ,

 

Thank you @HotChilli  for the quick response and solution. Here are some of my additions:
According to your first description, you can create such a calculated column:

Column 1 = 
var _a=COUNTAX(FILTER('Table','Table'[project id]=EARLIER('Table'[project id]) && 'Table'[print status]="canceled"),[project id])
RETURN IF(_a>0,"canceled",[print status])

Based on your second description, you can create a calculated column like this:

Column 2 = 
 var _a=COUNTAX(FILTER('Table','Table'[project id]=EARLIER('Table'[project id]) && 'Table'[print status]="canceled"),[project id])
RETURN IF(_a=BLANK(),BLANK(),[print status])

Then the result is as follows.

vtangjiemsft_0-1710138605292.png

 

Best Regards,

Neeko Tang

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-tangjie-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @anwessel ,

 

Thank you @HotChilli  for the quick response and solution. Here are some of my additions:
According to your first description, you can create such a calculated column:

Column 1 = 
var _a=COUNTAX(FILTER('Table','Table'[project id]=EARLIER('Table'[project id]) && 'Table'[print status]="canceled"),[project id])
RETURN IF(_a>0,"canceled",[print status])

Based on your second description, you can create a calculated column like this:

Column 2 = 
 var _a=COUNTAX(FILTER('Table','Table'[project id]=EARLIER('Table'[project id]) && 'Table'[print status]="canceled"),[project id])
RETURN IF(_a=BLANK(),BLANK(),[print status])

Then the result is as follows.

vtangjiemsft_0-1710138605292.png

 

Best Regards,

Neeko Tang

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

Thank you, @v-tangjie-msft! Your column 1 calculation works great! This will get me where I need to go. 

HotChilli
Super User
Super User

Create a calculated column.

Count the rows which have the same projectID as the current row with Print Status = "Canceled"

, for example,

var _Pid = theTable[Project ID]
var _CanceledRow = COUNTROWS(FILTER(theTable, theTable[Project ID] = _Pid && theTable[Print Status] = "Canceled"))

this should put 0 or 1 in _CanceledRow.

Write an IF statement that tests the value of _CanceledRow.  If greater than 0 then "Canceled"

lbendlin
Super User
Super User

Please provide sample data in usable format (not as a screenshot).

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