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Mike_Mace
Resolver I
Resolver I

Date greater than other date issue

Hi Forum,

 

Item lists A&B have common entries and I created a relationship between them.

I need to identify the common entries where date A comes is a later date to B

 
I thought this would be a straight forward one with following Dax, but the calculated result is only "no issue". I checked, there are definitely cases where date A are greater than date B while others are smaller. The calculation should find both issue & no issue
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date comparison = IF('A schedule'[date A].[Date] > 'A schedule'[date A].[Date],"issue","no issue")
 
 
 
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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Mike_Mace , Create a new column in A schedule like

 

if('A schedule'[date A] < minx(filter('B schedule', 'A schedule'[Item List A] = 'B schedule'[Item List B] ),'B schedule'[date B]) ,"Yes", "No")

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Mike_Mace , Create a new column in A schedule like

 

if('A schedule'[date A] < minx(filter('B schedule', 'A schedule'[Item List A] = 'B schedule'[Item List B] ),'B schedule'[date B]) ,"Yes", "No")

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