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Lookupvalue based on dates conditions

Good morning!

 

I have two tables:

1) 

LeaseNumEffectiveDatePriceContractNumberPrice
43644410/1/2020ENL-P072010520
4364447/1/2020ENL-P07201052-3.80

 

2)

LeaseNumTicketDateLast Contract Date LookupLast Price Lookup
4364447/1/20207/1/2020-3.80
4364448/1/20207/1/2020-3.80
4364449/1/20207/1/2020-3.80
43644410/1/202010/1/20200

 

I am trying to pull in data from table 1 into table 2.

  • Criteria 1 = if leasenum (table2) = leasenum (table1)
  • Criteria 2 = if ticketdate (table2) is = ?

I am not sure the best most efficent way to calculate this to get the results desired ( Red Columns).

 

I really appreciate any help, thanks all!

 

"Hope to be a datanaut"

Austin

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@anorville

maybe you can try to create two columns

Column = MAXX(FILTER(Table1,Table1[LeaseNum]=Table2[LeaseNum]&&'Table1'[EffectiveDate]<=Table2[TicketDate]),Table1[EffectiveDate])

Column 2 = MAXX(FILTER(Table1,Table1[LeaseNum]=Table2[LeaseNum]&&'Table1'[EffectiveDate]=Table2[Column]),'Table1'[Price])

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@anorville

maybe you can try to create two columns

Column = MAXX(FILTER(Table1,Table1[LeaseNum]=Table2[LeaseNum]&&'Table1'[EffectiveDate]<=Table2[TicketDate]),Table1[EffectiveDate])

Column 2 = MAXX(FILTER(Table1,Table1[LeaseNum]=Table2[LeaseNum]&&'Table1'[EffectiveDate]=Table2[Column]),'Table1'[Price])

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Ok, thanks @ryan_mayu .

I'll leave you to it.

 

Pete

Amazing @ryan_mayu and @BA_Pete thanks for the quick replies! It works like a charm!

Austin

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Super User II

@anorville ,

 

I think this depends on how the DAX performs.

I'll have look now and see if I can put together something performant in DAX for you to test. If not, we'll do it in PQ.

 

Pete

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Super User II

Hi @anorville ,

 

lol @ "Hope to be a Datanaut"!

*Edit* I didn't mean this in a mean way, I just thought it was a funny take on the "Proud to be a Datanaut" signatures 🙂

 

Are you aiming to do his in Power Query or DAX?

 

Pete

Hey! @BA_Pete  I am hoping to do this in DAX, unless you think Power Query would be best.  Sorry for not specifying!

 

Austin

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