Hello - I have a situation where we have Orders that have different codes. Sometimes just one code. Sometimes multiple.
I would like to define a column that looks at each row, evaluating the RMA Order #, and see if there a header code (Hdr Prob Code). If there is then this counts as one header code.
If that RMA Order # repeats on another row....with a different Header Problem Code....then this RMA Order would be defined as having Multiple Header Codes. If it only had one, it would be defined as Single.
I don't know if I correctly understand your request but...
Flu_RMAs = Your table name
RMA_Order = RMA Order
Hdr Prob Code = Header Code
A simplified example of the source data would be (and the expected result in the last column)
RMA Order # Hdr Prob Code Single or Multiple
1234A T1 Multiple
1234A T2 Multiple
1234A T3 Multiple
3458A T1 Single
So, in this example, because RMA Order 1234A is listed three times, each with a different Header code, this Order would be defined as "Multiple".
Order 3458A only shows up once, with one Header code, and would be defined as Single.
Does that help?
Hi Ricky - Thanks for your help.... I get the red squiggly line error right at the very end....(see bolded text). It says it is an "unexpected parameter" error.
Single or Multiple Codes = IF(CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(Flu_RMAs), FILTER(Flu_RMAs, Flu_RMAs[RMA] = EARLIER(Flu_RMAs[RMA],FILTER(Flu_RMAs,Flu_RMAs[Hdr Prob Code] <> EARLIER(Flu_RMAs[Hdr Prob Code]))) > 1, "Multiple", "Single")
Hi Ricky - Just to clarify, I don't already have a column with these values in it (Single or Multiple). This is what I am trying to create.
So just to state my example again, I have a table that list all of our orders (RMA order). In this table, there is a field called Hdr Prob Code. This table is for Orders that have returns....issues....and the Prob Code is a code that defines what the issue is.
Some orders can have multiple problem codes. Some orders just have a single problem code.
I need to be able to distinguish which orders are "Multiple" or which orders are "Single" in terms of how many problem codes are associated with a particular order. Example:
Order # Prob Code Single or Multiple
1234A T2 Multiple
1234A T3 Multiple
3456A T2 Single
So, in this example, Order 1234A appears on two different rows....each with a different problem code....so it gets defined as having "Multiple" problem codes. Order 3456A just appears on one row, and just has one problem code....so it is defined as "Single".
I think that the formula who I showed you is correct for what you want to do, so you should try to solve the issue with that formula and you'll win 🙂
ps. Check if you have to use ";" delimiters instead of "," in the queries. It's strange that you receive an error, I think the DAX expression is correct
Hi Ricky - There was not any issue with delimeters.
I am wondering if there is a way to make this approach work. It seems we can't do a combination of And/Or in the Switch statement, but something like that is what I think would work. Essentially the logic would be if an Order contains ONLY one of the below choices it would should return "Single" at the row level for each Order # that fits that criteria. If false, it has to be "Multiple".
Do you know of a way to make this work or something similar?
@rickymazz - Hi Ricky - Here is how the results of your formula look. For example, RMA-004630 has two Problem Codes associated with it. It should be defined as an order with "Multiple" problem codes, but it is coming up as "Single".
Likewise, some Orders that only have one problem code are coming up as "Multiple".
Hi, let's try the same formula but with ">=" instead of ">".
Create a new column like. Add condition to filter
Flag = if( countX(filter(table,table[RMA Order #]=earlier(table[RMA Order #])),table[RMA Order #])>1,"Multiple","Single")
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