I have 2 table. Table A have 2 column (ID and jobnumber)
Table B is the details of ID. I created a new column (Count Job) in table B to count how many jobnumber inside the ID.
DAX I used, Count Job = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(TableA[JobNumber]),FILTER(TableA,TableA[ID]=Table[ID]))
Example (Table A)
Since I have huge data, the runtime for this DAX is more than 3 hours. So would like to ask is any other way to get the same solution.
Thanks for your attention. Any help provided will be greatly appreciated.
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@NickProp28 , Duplicate Table A in Power Query and keep ID and JobNumber
Group By -> ID and JobNumber count - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-query/group-by
Then merge this with table B
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