I have the following table. Machine status color is a calculated column. Now I need only the first row of the table to be displayed, which is the maximum of the end time. How can I achieve this? Problem is integrating measure into a calculated column. Please reply a.s.a.p. Thanks in advance!
Hi @Hyperchef1969 ,
You could probably try the RANKX function.
Hi, I do not get the required results with above mentioned solutions. To be more specific: I need a table which represents the latest end time and machine status per machine ID. How can I achieve this?
I think this will help ?
LastStatus = MAXX( SUMMARIZE('Table';'Table'[ID]; "mx"; MAX('Table'[End time])); MAX('Table'[Status]))
What will be the final output?
According to my understanding,
This is the what you need.
If not, Please provide a sample output.
Thanks for your feedback. I don't get the correct result with the summarize function but formula with '
Calculate(lastnonblank) works partly. Then I get the underlying table. When I put the color into the table, the lastnonblank for every color is presented. This is not what I need. I need one color of the last non blank. See printscreen as an example. I have 8 machines so I need the 8 rows which presents the machine ID, the last non blank date/time and the related color. For machine ID 1 this is the color Red, for machine ID 2 color Red, for machine ID 3 color orange, etc... Thanks for support in advance.
The first row in your image is not the max of the End time. Infact it is the minimum. I am not clear with your end result.
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