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## Calculate expected lead time weekends/holidays excluded

Hi, I need some help to calculate the expected delivery date.

I have a date table where I added a column with 0 for a date that is a holiday or weekend day and 1 for a working day.

In another table where orders are stored together with the order date I want to add the expected deliviery date. The KPI is 10 working days after ordering.

In other words: expected delivery date = order date + 10 working days (+ weekends and holidays within that period)

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Hi @Anonymous ,

You can create columns like DAX below.

```Rank = IF(DateDim[IsWeekDay]=1,RANKX(FILTER(DateDim,DateDim[IsWeekDay]=1),DateDim[Date],,ASC))

DeliveryDate= CALCULATE(MAX(DateDim[Date]),FILTER(DateDim,DateDim[Rank]=RELATED(DateDim[Rank])+10))```

Best Regards,

Amy

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Hi @Anonymous ,

You can create columns like DAX below.

```Rank = IF(DateDim[IsWeekDay]=1,RANKX(FILTER(DateDim,DateDim[IsWeekDay]=1),DateDim[Date],,ASC))

DeliveryDate= CALCULATE(MAX(DateDim[Date]),FILTER(DateDim,DateDim[Rank]=RELATED(DateDim[Rank])+10))```

Best Regards,

Amy

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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