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nseward
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For each opportunity generate rows of dates

I currently have a table of opportunities with start/end dates and estimated revenue. 

 

I'm trying to generate a series of revenues for it while still retaining the ability to filter by opportunity. 

 

Input Table #1

OpportunityStart DateEnd DateEstimated RevenueMonthly Revenue
A3/1/20249/1/2024$100,000$16,667
B4/1/20247/1/2024$125,000$41,667

 

Input Table #2

Dates
4/1/2024
5/1/2024
6/1/2024
7/1/2024
8/1/2024
9/1/2024

 

Desired Output Table

OpportunityDateRevenue
A4/1/2024$16,667
A5/1/2024$16,667
A6/1/2024$16,667
A7/1/2024$16,667
A8/1/2024$16,667
A9/1/2024$16,667
B5/1/2024$41,667
B6/1/2024$41,667
B7/1/2024$41,667
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Daniel29195
Super User
Super User

@nseward 

output

Daniel29195_0-1708558871670.png

 

 

caluclated table : 

Table 2 = 



var ds = 
ALLNOBLANKROW(tbl1)

var ds1 = 
SELECTCOLUMNS(
GENERATE(
    ds,
    var v1 = tbl1[Start Date]
    var v2 = tbl1[End Date]
    RETURN
    CALENDAR(v1,v2)
),
"opportunity", tbl1[Opportunity],
"start date" , tbl1[Start Date],
"end date", tbl1[End Date],
"estimated revenue",tbl1[Estimated Revenue],
"monthly revenue", tbl1[Monthly Revenue],
"Date", [Date] & ""

)

var tb2 = 
SELECTCOLUMNS(
    tbl2,
    "Date",tbl2[Dates] & ""
)

var ds3 = 
FILTER(
NATURALINNERJOIN(
    ds1,
    tb2
),
datevalue([Date]) <> datevalue([start date]))



return ds3

 

 

 

let me know if this helps .

 

 

If my answer helped sort things out for you, i would appreciate a thumbs up 👍 and mark it as the solution
It makes a difference and might help someone else too. Thanks for spreading the good vibes! 🤠

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Daniel29195
Super User
Super User

@nseward 

output

Daniel29195_0-1708558871670.png

 

 

caluclated table : 

Table 2 = 



var ds = 
ALLNOBLANKROW(tbl1)

var ds1 = 
SELECTCOLUMNS(
GENERATE(
    ds,
    var v1 = tbl1[Start Date]
    var v2 = tbl1[End Date]
    RETURN
    CALENDAR(v1,v2)
),
"opportunity", tbl1[Opportunity],
"start date" , tbl1[Start Date],
"end date", tbl1[End Date],
"estimated revenue",tbl1[Estimated Revenue],
"monthly revenue", tbl1[Monthly Revenue],
"Date", [Date] & ""

)

var tb2 = 
SELECTCOLUMNS(
    tbl2,
    "Date",tbl2[Dates] & ""
)

var ds3 = 
FILTER(
NATURALINNERJOIN(
    ds1,
    tb2
),
datevalue([Date]) <> datevalue([start date]))



return ds3

 

 

 

let me know if this helps .

 

 

If my answer helped sort things out for you, i would appreciate a thumbs up 👍 and mark it as the solution
It makes a difference and might help someone else too. Thanks for spreading the good vibes! 🤠

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