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Helper V

## AND condition help

Hello, everyone
I need to add up all inventory for an item over the entire period by date. There are cases where the date and time are the same but occur one after the other. Here is my formula:

``````accumulated Stock =
calculate(
sumX('Goods logistics','Goods logistics'[Stock]),
FILTER(All('Goods logistics'),
And('Goods logistics'[ArtID]=EARLIER('Goods logistics'[ArtID]),
'Goods logistics'[Date]<=EARLIER('Goods logistics'[Date])
)))``````

How can I add, if the date is the same as the date, the smaller ID should also be preferred.

 ArtID Date_Time ID Stock accumulated Stock 123 01.01.2020 02:20:10 220 3 3 123 02.01.2020 04:10:10 221 -1 1 <- Should be 2 123 02.01.2020 04:10:10 222 -1 1 <-is correct 123 06.01.2020 01:13:21 225 2 3

Thank you for help.

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Solution Sage

@azaterol Then another option is add index from power query and then

`accumulated Stock =                   calculate(                           sum('Goods logistics'[Stock]),                           FILTER(ALL('Goods logistics'),                                                        ('Goods logistics'[ArtID]=EARLIER('Goods logistics'[ArtID]) &&                                 'Goods logistics'[INDEX] <= EARLIER('Goods logistics'[INDEX]))))`

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Solution Sage

@azaterol  First make sure that ID column should be in ascending order

Then create calculated column as per below

`accumulated Stock =                   calculate(                           sum('Goods logistics'[Stock]),                           FILTER(ALL('Goods logistics'),                                                        ('Goods logistics'[ArtID]=EARLIER('Goods logistics'[ArtID]) &&                                 'Goods logistics'[ID] <= EARLIER('Goods logistics'[ID]))))`

Helper V

@ddpl the date is priotity.

I changed the sample. If there are two or more same dates, the ID is in ascending order. I have to use Date_Time in my formula.

 ArtID Date_Time ID Stock accumulated Stock 123 01.01.2020 02:20:10 229 3 3 123 02.01.2020 04:10:10 221 -1 1 <- Should be 2 123 02.01.2020 04:10:10 222 -1 1 <-is correct 123 06.01.2020 01:13:21 220 2 3

Solution Sage

@azaterol Then another option is add index from power query and then

`accumulated Stock =                   calculate(                           sum('Goods logistics'[Stock]),                           FILTER(ALL('Goods logistics'),                                                        ('Goods logistics'[ArtID]=EARLIER('Goods logistics'[ArtID]) &&                                 'Goods logistics'[INDEX] <= EARLIER('Goods logistics'[INDEX]))))`

Helper V

@ddpl works great. Thank you.

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