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ToddMate
Helper II
Helper II

Lookup value and date range from a Related Table

Hi,

 

I have a look up table that shows Items, a From and To date along with a price. This table will have the same Item name muliple times with From and To dates ending and starting after each other. (Never overlapping).

I then have a data table that has the item name (fish) and a date of purchase. 

The outcome i am after is to return the price that was correct as at the time of purchase. An example (in excel) is shown below.

Because the item Name occurs multiple times in the Lookup table and in the Data table i can't build a relationship that works. 

Any help would be appreciate (The values in green is what i am hoping to return)



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Cheers Todd. 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@ToddMate , A new column

 


New column in table 2 =
maxx(filter(Table1, Table1[Item Name] = table2[Item Name] && Table2[Date Purchase] >= Table1[from] && Table2[Date Purchase] <= Table1[to] ) Table1[Price])

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@ToddMate , A new column

 


New column in table 2 =
maxx(filter(Table1, Table1[Item Name] = table2[Item Name] && Table2[Date Purchase] >= Table1[from] && Table2[Date Purchase] <= Table1[to] ) Table1[Price])

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