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Firstnonblank to "vlookup" between two tables

Good day : Was trying to "vlookup" between two tables that are many to many, using a common ID. The query below returns only blanks, even though the Ids match almost perfectly in Exel. If anyone's manages to use this function successfully, any tips would be greatly appreciated! ARR = if(isblank(fact_Leads[Insideview_ID__c]),0,VAR FirstNonBlankDate=CALCULATE(FIRSTNONBLANK(fact_Account[Billing_Contract_ACV__c],1),filter(ALL(fact_Account),fact_Account[InsideviewID__c]=fact_Leads[Insideview_ID__c])))
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Re: Firstnonblank to "vlookup" between two tables

Thanks for the suggestion, this also didn't work, so we ended up creating some independent tables with just the Ids, using a combination of grouping and lookupvalue to solve the problem.

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Re: Firstnonblank to "vlookup" between two tables

HI @Anonymous,

 

Maybe you can try to use following formula if it works on your side:

ARR =
IF (
    ISBLANK ( fact_Leads[Insideview_ID__c] ),
    0,
    CALCULATE (
        FIRSTNONBLANK ( fact_Account[Billing_Contract_ACV__c], 1 ),
        FILTER (
            ALL ( fact_Account ),
            fact_Account[InsideviewID__c] = EARLIER ( fact_Leads[Insideview_ID__c] )
        )
    )
)

If above not help, please share some sample data so we can test and coding formula on it.

 

Regards,
Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
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Anonymous
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Re: Firstnonblank to "vlookup" between two tables

Thanks for the suggestion, this also didn't work, so we ended up creating some independent tables with just the Ids, using a combination of grouping and lookupvalue to solve the problem.

View solution in original post

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