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TeQ
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Check Car belong to Shop with Valid From - Valid to Date

Hello,

I have some car that belong to Shop/ Profit Center. Car -Shop - Year

 

For example:

- Car "Renault 1" belong to shop London  from 01.01.2018 until today 31.12.2100

- Car "BMW 1" belong in year 2018,2019 to shop Paris with Valid 01.01.2018 -31.12.2019 and from Year 2020 - today to Berlin

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2100

- Car "BMW 2" Paris - New York- Berlin

 

- Car "Renault 2" with wrong Valid From- Valid to Date

- Car "Mercedes 1" with wrong Valid From - Valid to Date

 

How can i check and show the car with wrong Date (all rows of car "Renault 2" and "Mercedes 1")?

 

 

TeQ_1-1644067807632.png

 

 

 

 

Expl. Data

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7vd96atx66e7dcz/AAD7DfC6cUhX7EEg0JiqZzV6a?dl=0

 

thanks

 

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TeQ
Regular Visitor

Hi @AllisonKennedy 

 

here is correct

Car belong until 31.12.2019 - to Paris

From 01.01.2020 - today - Berlin- there ist no gap in the Date

TeQ_0-1644073811710.png

here is wrong

 

TeQ_1-1644074005994.png

there is a gap from 09.012020  - 01.05.2020.

 

The report show me the wrong records - and that i know to correct it.

year 2019 - Mercedes 1 01.01.20218 - 09.01.2020

year 2020 - Mercedes 1 01.05.20220- 10.01.2020

 

 

@TeQ  Looks like there's a few different scenarios. The one you described I have called "Move Shops", but there is also the case where it stays in the same shop multiple years in a row and therefore has the same validity dates, so I have called that "Renew"

 

Create new columns: 

Previous Valid To =
VAR _Car = Valid[Car]
VAR _Year = Valid[Year]
RETURN
MAXX(FILTER(Valid, Valid[Car] = _Car && Valid[Year] < _Year), Valid[Valid To])
 
Previous Valid From =
VAR _Car = Valid[Car]
VAR _Year = Valid[Year]
RETURN
MAXX(FILTER(Valid, Valid[Car] = _Car && Valid[Year] < _Year), Valid[Valid From])
 
Gap = DATEDIFF( Valid[Previous Valid To], Valid[Valid From], DAY)

 

Data Check =
SWITCH( TRUE()
, (Valid[Valid From] = Valid[Previous Valid From]) && (Valid[Valid To] = Valid[Previous Valid To]), "Renew"
, DATEDIFF(Valid[Previous Valid To], Valid[Valid From], DAY) = 1, "Move Shops"
, isblank(Valid[Previous Valid From]), "New"
, "Invalid"
)
 
 
Note you could combine these into one column, I have just split them so you can see what's happening.
 
Hope it helps.

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AllisonKennedy
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@TeQ  Sorry for the silly question, but can you please explain how you know it has a wrong date? Is there another table with valid conditions?


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