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Hannisky
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Help with creating function

I'm trying to create a function that makes changes to tables before expanding. The starting point is as below a column of tables. 

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My function at present takes a table and promotes headers. 

 

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It kind of works as intended but not getting the correct result 

 

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Each table in column c2 has another table and the table contained does not have promoted headers. Not sure where my syntax is incorrect. 

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Any help would be appreciated.

 

 

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BA_Pete
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Hi @Hannisky ,

 

It looks like you should be invoking your function in a TransformColumns function, something like this:

 

Table.TransformColumns(Source, {"c1", each fnHeaders(_)})

 

 

Pete



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BA_Pete
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Hi @Hannisky ,

 

It looks like you should be invoking your function in a TransformColumns function, something like this:

 

Table.TransformColumns(Source, {"c1", each fnHeaders(_)})

 

 

Pete



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Perfect. Thank you

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