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## How do you create a Conditional Column from 2 tables ?

I need to compare email addresses.

If Table "serial" (email address) is different from Table "Monthly Billing" (email address), display Yes

If Table "serial" (email address) is the same as Table "Monthly Billing" (email address), display No

The Conditional Column name will simply be labeled Mismatch in the dashboard.

How can this be written out and how/where do I place this ?

I have not excelled in formulas yet.

Need ASAP if someone could help

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Anonymous
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RESOLVED:

Mismatch = if(MAXX(FILTER('Monthly Billing','Monthly Billing'[Tangoe Owner Email]='users'[Intune Owner Email]),'Monthly Billing'[Tangoe Owner Email])=users[Intune Owner Email],"NO","Yes")

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Hi,

In which of the 2 tables do you want to write the calculated column formula?  Of the 2 tables which table has each e-mail listed only once (no repetitions).  It is best to share the link from where i can download your PBI file.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
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@Anonymous

you can try to create a column

``Column = if(MAXX(FILTER('Monthly Billing','Monthly Billing'[email address]=serial[email address]),'Monthly Billing'[email address])=serial[email address],"No","Yes")``

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Anonymous
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The following DAX expression appears when creating column...

A single value for column 'Intune Owner Email' in table 'users' cannot be determined. This can happen when a measure formula refers to a column that contains many values without specifying an aggregation such as min, max, count, or sum to get a single result.

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@Anonymous

are you creating a measure?

could you pls provide some sample data?

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Anonymous
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Intune Owner Email is from the users table.

Tangoe Owner Email wis from the Monthly Billing table.

I need a column or measure that compares the 2 columns and displays mismatches in a separate column on my dashboard.

When I apply the following as a calculated column:

Mismatch = if(MAXX(FILTER('Monthly Billing','Monthly Billing'[Tangoe Owner Email]=users[Intune Owner Email]),'Monthly Billing'[Tangoe Owner Email])=users[Intune Owner Email],"No","Yes")

I get the following error:

A single value for column 'Intune Owner Email' in table 'users' cannot be determined. This can happen when a measure formula refers to a column that contains many values without specifying an aggregation such as min, max, count, or sum to get a single result.

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@Anonymous

pls see the attachment below

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Anonymous
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RESOLVED:

Mismatch = if(MAXX(FILTER('Monthly Billing','Monthly Billing'[Tangoe Owner Email]='users'[Intune Owner Email]),'Monthly Billing'[Tangoe Owner Email])=users[Intune Owner Email],"NO","Yes")

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