I have a Table - 1 with a path (comma seperated value) of everyone who reports to someone
Table 1 Column1 - value A,B,C
example : A,B,C where A and B reports to C
Another Table , Table 2 which has a value of C
ColumnName = Level Value C
ColumnName = Person
ColumnName = Amount
I need Table 2 to to look into table 1 and get the values of both A and B and then display them
Also , the "Amount" column from table 2 where Table1Column1 = Table2Columnname Person
Hi @Anonymous ,
We can create this column in tables to show who to report.
Report man = MAXX ( Table2, IF ( FIND ( [Level], [Column1], 1, -1 ) = ( LEN ( [Column1] ) - LEN ( [Level] ) + 1 ), [Level] ) )
Then we can create such column to show the sub people.
Sub People = VAR t = FILTER ( 'Table', [Level] = [Report man] ) VAR result = MAXX ( t, REPLACE ( [Column1], LEN ( [Column1] ) - LEN ( [Level] ), LEN ( [Level] ) + 1, "" ) ) RETURN SUBSTITUTE ( result, ",", " & " )
But I connt get the point of the meaning of “Amount”.
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For table1 , you could split the delimitted collumn into more/other columns.
Go to edit query >> Right click the column >> Split Column (By Delimiter)
This will create a table with 3 columns. A,B,C --> A | B | C
Create another custom column to concatenate all values that are not reported to.
A | B | C --> A | B | C | A, B
In table2 you can create a look up to match the reporting to values and retreive the concatenated column.
Not sure what you need with the amount.
That might not work in my case.
Is there a DAX I could use to find/Search the column .. Since the value in column 1 will always be as one of the values in the comma seperated value.
Can you give an exemple of what you want to search?
This how you search for a comma. You can use it in a context like LEFT([sales person],FIND(...)-1) kind of thing.
As I understand, the value to search will always be in the last column.
A,B,C so you want to find 'C'
C,D so you want to find 'D'
D so there is no one to find, as D is not reporting to anyone.
The way the values are ordered, is the key to finding the values later on.
I believe you need to create a bridging_table to link table A to B.
It will involve the split solution proposed by @Anonymous . but would be better off creating it in a referenced table and pivoting the result to link to use it as a link.
Something like this:
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