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Samcooke
Frequent Visitor

Need Help with Filtering to Max Date

Hi all, I am struggling with something that I thought would be easy but apparently not for me. I have a table of orders that have the product and the ship date for easch product. Some of the orders have multiple ship dates for the same Product Name. I am looking to filter to just display the latest (Max) Ship_Created_Date for each Product Name for each order. So in the below example it would only show the highlighted records for that particular order. Is there a DAX query, or some other solution, that can help with this?

 

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Thanks for your feedback. I ended up using the below query I found somewhere else and replaced the table and fields with mine. It worked. I had never used "Filter" in a query before

MaxOfMonth = IF(
	Table1[date] = CALCULATE(
		MAX(TableName[date]),
		FILTER(
			ALL(TableName),
			MONTH(TableName[date]) = MONTH(EARLIER(TableName[date])) &&
			YEAR(TableName[date]) = YEAR(EARLIER(TableName[date]))
		)
	),
	TRUE,
	FALSE
)

 

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Samcooke ok, good luck but it is unnecessary, anyhow, you have the solution. Enjoy!



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Samcooke
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Thanks for your feedback. I ended up using the below query I found somewhere else and replaced the table and fields with mine. It worked. I had never used "Filter" in a query before

MaxOfMonth = IF(
	Table1[date] = CALCULATE(
		MAX(TableName[date]),
		FILTER(
			ALL(TableName),
			MONTH(TableName[date]) = MONTH(EARLIER(TableName[date])) &&
			YEAR(TableName[date]) = YEAR(EARLIER(TableName[date]))
		)
	),
	TRUE,
	FALSE
)

 

Ashish_Mathur
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Why have you n ot highlighted th e Product B row?  Also, do you want a measure or a Power Query solution?  Share data in a format that can be pasted in an MS Excel file.


Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/excelenthusiasts/
parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Samcooke why not add a measure for maximum ship date and then use that in the visual instead of ship_created_Date

 

Max Ship Date = MAX ( Table[Ship_Created_Date] )


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Feel free to email me with any of your BI needs.

Thanks for your feedback. I ended up using the below query I found somewhere else and replaced the table and fields with mine. It worked. I had never used "Filter" in a query before

MaxOfMonth = IF(
	Table1[date] = CALCULATE(
		MAX(TableName[date]),
		FILTER(
			ALL(TableName),
			MONTH(TableName[date]) = MONTH(EARLIER(TableName[date])) &&
			YEAR(TableName[date]) = YEAR(EARLIER(TableName[date]))
		)
	),
	TRUE,
	FALSE
)

 

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