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Calculated Column: calculate ranking of deliveries per orderNo

Hi all,

 

I have a table with ordered materials with the according order numbers and delivery numbers for when an item was shipped, every delivery no has a creation date.

 

One order can be send out in multiple deliveries. E.g. when I order 100 phones with order no 749, and only 80 were in stock, first a shipment of 80 goes out (delivery no 633) and on a later date the remaining 20 (delivery no 655)

With a distinct count of delivery no’s for every order no’s I can determine the number of shipments that was needed to fulfill the order.

 

However I also want (as endgoal) to determine how many items were shipped in the first shipment, how many in the second etc.

 

For this I want to create a column that indicates for each shipment no, if it was the first, second, or third etc. shipment for the order, based on the creation date.

 

In Excel I do this manually now by first combining the order.no and delivery.no to make a unique number. Then create a pivot table and put in the order.no, the unique combined no and the creation date. I sort by delivery no low-high (higher number is in principle later delivery) and oldest-new for creation date. Then with some manual excel tricks I form this into a ranking. I use this with vlookup to insert into my table.

 

However, I would like to automate this in Power BI using DAX.

 

Given the above, does anyone know which DAX formula to use to get a column with the ranking of deliveries per order based on either only the delivery no’s belonging to the order.no or possibly also the creation date as well as extra assurance?

 

So to summarize:

I have [CreationDate] [DeliveryNo] [OrderNo] for a list of materials.
With DAX formula I want to create calculated column ‘Delivery #’ that ranks DeliveryNo for each OrderNo based on either DeliveryNo’s numeric value or the associated Creation date.

 

Example output in Excel:

Example.PNG

 

Any help is appreciated. A smarter way to directly reach my endgoal in one calculation would also be awesome 😉

 

Thanks,

Martin

 

p.s. apologies if this is posted twice, my first attempt is nowhere to be found.

 

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Vvelarde
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@Anonymous

 

Hi, please try with this calculated column:

 

Rank =
RANKX (
    FILTER ( Table2, Table2[OrderNo] = EARLIER ( Table2[OrderNo] ) ),
    Table2[Creation Date],
    ,
    ASC,
    DENSE
)

 

Rankx.png

 

Regards

 

Victor

Lima - Peru




Lima - Peru

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Vvelarde
Community Champion
Community Champion

 

@Anonymous

 

Hi, please try with this calculated column:

 

Rank =
RANKX (
    FILTER ( Table2, Table2[OrderNo] = EARLIER ( Table2[OrderNo] ) ),
    Table2[Creation Date],
    ,
    ASC,
    DENSE
)

 

Rankx.png

 

Regards

 

Victor

Lima - Peru




Lima - Peru

View solution in original post

Anonymous
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As there are issues getting this thread visible, I'm replying now to attempt to get it visible in the thread list.
edit: that worked 🙂

Anonymous
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Hi all,

 

 

I have a table with ordered materials with the according order numbers and delivery numbers for when an item was shipped, every delivery no has a creation date.

 

One order can be send out in multiple deliveries. E.g. when I order 100 phones with order no 749, and only 80 were in stock, first a shipment of 80 goes out (delivery no 633) and on a later date the remaining 20 (delivery no 655).

 

With a distinct count of delivery no’s for every order no’s I can determine the number of shipments that was needed to fulfill the order.

 

However I also want to determine how many items were shipped in the first shipment, how many in the second etc.

For this I want to create a column that indicates for each shipment no, if it was the first, second, or third etc. shipment for the order, based on the creation date.

 

In Excel I do this manually now by first combining the order.no and delivery.no to make a unique number. Then create a pivot table and put in the order.no, the unique combined no and the creation date. I sort by delivery no low-high (higher number is in principle later delivery) and oldest-new for creation date. Then with some manual excel tricks I form this into a ranking. I use this with vlookup to insert into my table.

 

However, I would like to automate this in Power BI using DAX.

 

Given the above, does anyone know which DAX formula to use to get a column with the ranking of deliveries per order based on either only the delivery no’s belonging to the order.no or possibly also the creation date as well as extra assurance?

 

So to summarize:

 

I have [CreationDate] [DeliveryNo] [OrderNo] for a list of materials.
With DAX formula I want to create calculated column ‘Delivery #’ that ranks DeliveryNo for each OrderNo based on either DeliveryNo’s numeric value or both the DeliveryNo and the associated Creation date.

 

Output would be like this (example from excel):

Example.PNG

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Martin

 

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