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novicenovice
Helper I
Helper I

Find date with several filters

Dear All,

 

Hope you can help me : 

 

we are the 29/11 and we need to find if there is a new delivery date for the previous extraction items

 

EXTRACTION DATEORDERITEM ORDERDT_DELIVERYDT_NEW_DELIVERY
24/11/2017S4401005/12/201710/12/2017
28/11/2017S4401005/12/201710/12/2017
29/11/2017S4401010/12/2017 

 

I try this formula but I got the last delivery of the table (when I use max) or the first delivery (when I use MIN)

 

=CALCULATE(
MAX(T_DATA_OPEN[DT_DELIVERY])
;FILTER(T_DATA_OPEN;T_DATA_OPEN[ORDER]=[ORDER])
;FILTER(T_DATA_OPEN;T_DATA_OPEN[ITEM_ORDER]=[ITEM_ORDER])
;FILTER(T_DATA_OPEN;T_DATA_OPEN[DT_DELIVERY]>EARLIER([DT_DELIVERY]))
;FILTER(T_DATA_OPEN;T_DATA_OPEN[EXTRACTION_DATE]> EARLIER ([EXTRACTION_DATE]))

Thanks for your help

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v-yuezhe-msft
Employee
Employee

@novicenovice,

You can get expected result by creating a simple measure.

Measure  = MAX(T_DATA_OPEN[DT_DELIVERY])

If you need to create a calculted column, use DAX below.

Column = VAR ORDERid = T_DATA_OPEN[ORDER] VAR ITEMID=T_DATA_OPEN[ITEM ORDER] RETURN CALCULATE(MAX(T_DATA_OPEN[DT_DELIVERY]),FILTER(T_DATA_OPEN,T_DATA_OPEN[ORDER]=ORDERid && T_DATA_OPEN[ITEM ORDER]= ITEMID))

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Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
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v-yuezhe-msft
Employee
Employee

@novicenovice,

You can get expected result by creating a simple measure.

Measure  = MAX(T_DATA_OPEN[DT_DELIVERY])

If you need to create a calculted column, use DAX below.

Column = VAR ORDERid = T_DATA_OPEN[ORDER] VAR ITEMID=T_DATA_OPEN[ITEM ORDER] RETURN CALCULATE(MAX(T_DATA_OPEN[DT_DELIVERY]),FILTER(T_DATA_OPEN,T_DATA_OPEN[ORDER]=ORDERid && T_DATA_OPEN[ITEM ORDER]= ITEMID))

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Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Hello Lydia,

 

Thanks it works 🙂

 

Regards.

 

novice

parry2k
Super User
Super User

I guess you are looking most recent delivery date for an order, correct?



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Yes, on orders and the item order

posted a solution an hour ago, modify it as you see fit

 

 



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