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CarlsBerg999
Helper V
Helper V

Return adjacent column value based on max

Hi,

 

Im trying to create a calculcated column, that retrieves a text value from another table. The logic is the following 

VAR variable1 = blabla

VAR variable2 = blabla

 

VAR ReturnInvoice =  CALCULATE(MAX('Table1'[InvoiceID]),
'Table1'[Column2] = variable1,
'Table1'[Column3] = variable2,

'Table1'[Column4] = Max('Table1'[Column4]))


RETURN

ReturnInvoice

--> This however does not work. The problem is with the last filter. How do i return the InvoiceID based on the maximum value in Column4? 

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@CarlsBerg999 try this:

 

VAR variable1 = blabla

VAR variable2 = blabla

VAR __max = CALCUALTE( Max('Table1'[Column4]))

VAR ReturnInvoice =  CALCULATE(MAX('Table1'[InvoiceID]),
'Table1'[Column2] = variable1,
'Table1'[Column3] = variable2,

'Table1'[Column4] = __max)

 

 



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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@CarlsBerg999 try this:

 

VAR variable1 = blabla

VAR variable2 = blabla

VAR __max = CALCUALTE( Max('Table1'[Column4]))

VAR ReturnInvoice =  CALCULATE(MAX('Table1'[InvoiceID]),
'Table1'[Column2] = variable1,
'Table1'[Column3] = variable2,

'Table1'[Column4] = __max)

 

 



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Learn Power BI and Fabric - subscribe to our YT channel - Click here: @PowerBIHowTo

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