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Helper II

## Lookup Value with If

Hi All,

I have two tables, I am writing a calculated column in table 2 to get the information that if Closed Date of table 2 is greater than equal to the month column of table 1 in that case in the new calculated column it should give as "No" otherwise lookup value from table 2 to get the status of the company code.let me know if anyone can help

Table 1:

 Company Code Company Name Status Closed Date 1 AV Yes 2 VA Yes 15/11/2023 3 RK Yes 4 KR Yes 5 AS Yes 15/11/2023

Table 2:

 Company Code Company Name Supplier Nr Supplier Name Month Calculated Coulmn 1 AV 111 ABC Nov-23 2 VA 111 ABC Nov-23 3 RK 111 ABC Nov-23 4 KR 111 ABC Nov-23 5 AS 111 ABC Oct-23 1 AV 111 ABC Oct-23 2 VA 111 ABC Oct-23 3 RK 111 ABC Oct-23 4 KR 111 ABC Oct-23 5 AS 111 ABC Dec-23 1 AV 111 ABC Dec-23 2 VA 111 ABC Dec-23 2 VA 111 ABC Oct-23 2 VA 111 ABC Dec-23 2 VA 111 ABC Dec-23 3 RK 111 ABC Dec-23 3 RK 111 ABC Aug-23 3 RK 111 ABC Aug-23 3 RK 111 ABC Aug-23 5 AS 111 ABC Aug-23 5 AS 111 ABC Aug-23 5 AS 111 ABC Dec-23 5 AS 111 ABC Dec-23 5 AS 111 ABC Aug-23 5 AS 111 ABC Nov-23 2 VA 111 ABC Sep-23 2 VA 111 ABC Sep-23
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Community Support

Hi @cyborgandy ,

The table data is shown below:

1. Use the following DAX expression to create a column

``````Column = IF(ISBLANK(LOOKUPVALUE(Table1[Closed Date],Table1[Company Code],'Table2'[Company Code])),
"YES",
IF(MONTH(LOOKUPVALUE('Table1'[Closed Date],'Table1'[Company Code],'Table2'[Company Code]))>MONTH('Table2'[Month]) ,
"NO",
"YES"))``````

2. Final output

Best Regards,
Wenbin Zhou
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Community Support

Hi @cyborgandy ,

The table data is shown below:

1. Use the following DAX expression to create a column

``````Column = IF(ISBLANK(LOOKUPVALUE(Table1[Closed Date],Table1[Company Code],'Table2'[Company Code])),
"YES",
IF(MONTH(LOOKUPVALUE('Table1'[Closed Date],'Table1'[Company Code],'Table2'[Company Code]))>MONTH('Table2'[Month]) ,
"NO",
"YES"))``````

2. Final output

Best Regards,
Wenbin Zhou
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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