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sandierea
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If and Vlookup

I am new to PowerBI and DAX. I am trying to create an aging report for open IT tickets. 

 

My table contains the number of days that the ticket has been open, but I need to return a value (see status message below) based on the number of days that the ticket has been open. 

 

I was able to do this in EXCEL using this formula =VLOOKUP(IF(TODAY()>'IS SR  - Dec Data List All'!$J2,TODAY()-'IS SR  - Dec Data List All'!$J2,0),Age_Range1,2,TRUE)  where J2 is the ticket entry date

 

Age_Range1 has the following:

 

RangeStatus Message
0<= 1 Day
11-30 days
3131-60 days
6161-90 days
9191-180 days
181181-360 days
361>360 days

 

How do I do this in PowerBI?

 

Thanks for your help 🙂

 

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blopez11
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Take a look at the link below

This should get you what you want

 

http://www.daxpatterns.com/static-segmentation/

 

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blopez11
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Resident Rockstar

Take a look at the link below

This should get you what you want

 

http://www.daxpatterns.com/static-segmentation/

 

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