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jcastr02
Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

Pivot Columns

Hello,  Please see the Current data set up and future .  How can I achieve this?  I have tried all pivot columns options but none are providing this result.  Any thoughts?

 

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Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

Pls try this

 

=  
VAR _t = MAX('table'[ID])
RETURN
CONCATENATEX(FIILTER(ALL('table'),'table'[ID]=_t),[CURRENT WFM],";")

 

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Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

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Ahmedx
Super User
Super User

Pls try this

 

=  
VAR _t = MAX('table'[ID])
RETURN
CONCATENATEX(FIILTER(ALL('table'),'table'[ID]=_t),[CURRENT WFM],";")

 

Just a little correction on your formula. Filter has two "I", @jcastr02 wants a ";" as delimitator and adding a space will result in a more legible way:

 

 

Measure=

VAR _t = MAX('MyTable'[ID])
RETURN
CONCATENATEX(FILTER(ALL('MyTable'),'MyTable'[ID]=_t),[WFM],"; ")

 

 

But @Ahmedx formula is perfect

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