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MiroslavNavrati
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Capacity usage forecast

I have Orders table with the following columns:

  • OrderID
  • Start of Assembly/DATETIME
  • End of Assembly/DATETIME
  • Required Capacity/INT

Then I have a calendar table which defines dates of the capacity usage forecast I am supposed to design.

 

My idea is to have a bar chart that will have dates from the calender table on its X axis and sum of capacity required by orders being assembled on the given date.

 

The problem is that I have no idea how to achieve that. Any suggestion would be highly appreciated.

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Greg_Deckler
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@MiroslavNavrati So, I actually just did this for a customer around capacity planning for project resources. I basically adapted Open Tickets to do this as it's basically the same issue, you are trying to identify/count/sum something across start and end dates. 

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MiroslavNavrati
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@Greg_DecklerThank you both for the fast reply & working solution

Greg_Deckler
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@MiroslavNavrati So, I actually just did this for a customer around capacity planning for project resources. I basically adapted Open Tickets to do this as it's basically the same issue, you are trying to identify/count/sum something across start and end dates. 

Open Tickets - Microsoft Power BI Community


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