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Me7sin
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find duplication based on if condition

Greetings,
In my data I have IDs in a column that can be dublicated and status (open or closed) for these IDs. I need to create another column "called varify" to check if all cases belong to that IDs is closed or not, if at least one of the status is not closed, then all should be open.

Current table

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Target table

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from the target table, ID 100001 is still open since two (key 3 and 4 ) are open

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v-tianyich-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Me7sin ,

 

I made simple samples and you can check the results below:

vtianyichmsft_0-1709272539040.png

_True = IF(MAX('Table'[Status])="Open",1,0)

Varify = var _t = ADDCOLUMNS('Table',"Varify",IF(MAXX(FILTER(ALL('Table'),[ID]=EARLIER([ID])),[_True])=1,"Open","Closed"))
RETURN MAXX(_t,[Varify])

 

An attachment for your reference. Hope it helps!

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_ Scott Chang

 

If this post helps then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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v-tianyich-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Me7sin ,

 

I made simple samples and you can check the results below:

vtianyichmsft_0-1709272539040.png

_True = IF(MAX('Table'[Status])="Open",1,0)

Varify = var _t = ADDCOLUMNS('Table',"Varify",IF(MAXX(FILTER(ALL('Table'),[ID]=EARLIER([ID])),[_True])=1,"Open","Closed"))
RETURN MAXX(_t,[Varify])

 

An attachment for your reference. Hope it helps!

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_ Scott Chang

 

If this post helps then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Me7sin , No need of  table, a new column can do 

 

New column

var _t = countx(filter(Table, [ID] = earlier([ID]) ), [ID] )

var _c = countx(filter(Table, [ID] = earlier([ID]) && [Status] = "closed" ), [ID] )

return

if(_t =_c , "Closed", "Open")

 

In visual you can display the new column

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