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## In what order occurs catalog - Query Editor

In what order occurs catalog? Here I present what I needed to make

 Date Katalog result 2017-02-05 10:45:00 10000 1 2017-02-05 23:16:00 10000 2 2017-02-06 23:06:00 50000 1 2017-02-07 17:06:00 50001 1 2017-02-07 17:06:00 8000 1 2017-02-08 14:51:00 400 1 2017-02-09 11:00:00 10000 3 2017-02-09 11:00:00 50000 2

The number 10000 in the column Occurs as one in the sequence

If it meets another number 10000 will already be in the order of 2

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Oops....

Below alternative code that looks more complicated, but in a test with 10,000 rows it completed in a few seconds while the original solution ran for a few minutes...

Remark: contrary to the previous solution, these are all standard UI steps (except that I renamed every step), with only rather basic formulas entered in the 2 "AddColumn" steps.

```    OriginalSort = Table.AddIndexColumn(PreviousStep, "OriginalSort", 1, 1),
SortedOnKatalog = Table.Sort(OriginalSort,{{"Katalog", Order.Ascending}, {"OriginalSort", Order.Ascending}}),
PrevKatalog = Table.ExpandTableColumn(Merged, "Prev", {"Katalog"}, {"Prev.Katalog"}),
IndicesRemoved = Table.RemoveColumns(PrevKatalog,{"Index", "Index.1"}),
StartIndex = Table.AddColumn(NewIndex0Added, "StartIndex", each if [Katalog] <> [Prev.Katalog] or [Prev.Katalog] = null then [Index] else null),
FilledDown = Table.FillDown(StartIndex,{"StartIndex"}),
ColumnsRemoved = Table.RemoveColumns(SortedOriginal,{"OriginalSort", "Prev.Katalog", "Index", "StartIndex"})```

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You can use this code:

```    Indexed = Table.AddIndexColumn(PreviousStep, "Index", 0, 1),
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Helper I

OK, thank you helped. Please do not know how to accelerate the performance of Excel, after this operation takes too long to load, then the next command

Community Champion

Oops....

Below alternative code that looks more complicated, but in a test with 10,000 rows it completed in a few seconds while the original solution ran for a few minutes...

Remark: contrary to the previous solution, these are all standard UI steps (except that I renamed every step), with only rather basic formulas entered in the 2 "AddColumn" steps.

```    OriginalSort = Table.AddIndexColumn(PreviousStep, "OriginalSort", 1, 1),
SortedOnKatalog = Table.Sort(OriginalSort,{{"Katalog", Order.Ascending}, {"OriginalSort", Order.Ascending}}),
PrevKatalog = Table.ExpandTableColumn(Merged, "Prev", {"Katalog"}, {"Prev.Katalog"}),
IndicesRemoved = Table.RemoveColumns(PrevKatalog,{"Index", "Index.1"}),
StartIndex = Table.AddColumn(NewIndex0Added, "StartIndex", each if [Katalog] <> [Prev.Katalog] or [Prev.Katalog] = null then [Index] else null),
FilledDown = Table.FillDown(StartIndex,{"StartIndex"}),
ColumnsRemoved = Table.RemoveColumns(SortedOriginal,{"OriginalSort", "Prev.Katalog", "Index", "StartIndex"})```

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Helper I

OK, thank you working fine, you knew this next adjustment?

Table 1

 Date Katalog piece result 2017-02-05 10:45:00 10000 1 1 2017-02-05 23:16:00 10000 4 2 2017-02-06 23:06:00 50000 1 1 2017-02-07 17:06:00 50001 2 1 2017-02-07 17:06:00 8000 1 1 2017-02-08 14:51:00 400 3 1 2017-02-09 11:00:00 10000 1 3 2017-02-09 11:00:00 50000 1 2

Table 2

 Katalog Stock Result(1) – (if Table1[Katalog] = Table2[Katalog] and Table1[result1] = 1Then Table1[piece]) Result(2) – (if Table1[Katalog] = Table2[Katalog] and Table1[result1] = 2Then Table1[piece]) Result(3) – (if Table1[Katalog] = Table2[Katalog] and Table1[result1] = 2Then Table1[piece]) Result(4) – (if Table1[Katalog] = Table2[Katalog] and Table1[result1] = 2Then Table1[piece]) 400 5 3 8000 2 1 10000 1 1 4 1 50000 1 1 1 50001 1 2

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No, I didn't know and I don't understand either, but it looks like a pivot table.

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