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Styx
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Removing duplicates by merging rows into one column

Hello,

 

I have a table that looks like the following:

ItemPromotionStatus
XHalfpriceActive
XOn POSActive
Y$9.99Ongoing

 

What I need to do is remove the duplicate Item values but keeping the Promotion names. I was hoping I could find a way to merge each Promotion into one column for each distinct Item.

 

EDIT: Like so:

ItemPromotion
XHalfprice|On POS
Y$9.99

 

Is there a way to do this?

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Styx
New Member

A colleague was able to provide me with a solution as follows:

 

  • Group on your Primary Key and aggregate as All Rows
  • Add Column using Table.Column([Count],"Promotion") ([Count] being the name of the aggregation column)
    • This will create a List column
  • Extract Values from List
  • Remove the Group column

 

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Styx
New Member

A colleague was able to provide me with a solution as follows:

 

  • Group on your Primary Key and aggregate as All Rows
  • Add Column using Table.Column([Count],"Promotion") ([Count] being the name of the aggregation column)
    • This will create a List column
  • Extract Values from List
  • Remove the Group column

 

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