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NitinReja
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Lookup from another table based on dates

Hi, 
I am trying to automate my invoicing calculation as excel is not able to support the data size. I am using power BI for automating the calculations.

So, problem as under -

I have orders in different dates and different date periods have a different price agreement (depends on sequence number as well - but that is not a big problem).

In excel, we would normally do a filter and assign a price valid on that date to the order rows. This is important as we need to give this backup to our clients for cross verification.

How do we do this in power BI -

 

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amitchandak
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Super User

@NitinReja , You can create new column like the one below in Table 1

 

MAxx(filter(Table2, Table1[Collection Date] >= Table2[Date Valid From] && Table1[Collection Date] <= Table2[Date Valid to]), Table2[Price 1St])

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v-easonf-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi, @NitinReja 

It seems that @amitchandak's formula can work for you and I have created an example for your reference.

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If it doesn't meet your requirement, please share more details.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@NitinReja , You can create new column like the one below in Table 1

 

MAxx(filter(Table2, Table1[Collection Date] >= Table2[Date Valid From] && Table1[Collection Date] <= Table2[Date Valid to]), Table2[Price 1St])

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