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Date Function (DAX)

I am after a DAX function I can enter into a new collumn into my Dataset that will look at a data field in the same dataset and will give me a date value 2 days from that date.  

 

The kicker is i need it to not include weekends as it needs to be business days only. 

 

Thankyou.  

 

 

 

 

 

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@Wecks,

 

You may check the DAX below.

Column =
VAR d = USERS[HDATE]
RETURN
    MINX (
        FILTER (
            USERS,
            DATEDIFF ( d, USERS[HDATE], DAY ) >= 2
                && NOT ( WEEKDAY ( USERS[HDATE] ) IN { 1, 7 } )
        ),
        USERS[HDATE]
    )
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@Wecks,

 

You may check the DAX below.

Column =
VAR d = USERS[HDATE]
RETURN
    MINX (
        FILTER (
            USERS,
            DATEDIFF ( d, USERS[HDATE], DAY ) >= 2
                && NOT ( WEEKDAY ( USERS[HDATE] ) IN { 1, 7 } )
        ),
        USERS[HDATE]
    )
Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Thanks for this,  there is only one issue i am seeing and that is that if a day is monday for example i have a HDate that is the 10th od December it is giving me a date of the 14th which is four days not 2 days passed the HDATE,  do you know why that would be?

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Super User IV

I believe that something like this will work with everything unless your original date is on a weekend. Could add a check for that if necessary and adjust.

 

Column = 
VAR __days = 2
VAR __futureDays = __days + 2
VAR __table = FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR([Date],[Date]+__futureDays),"__weekday",WEEKDAY([Date],2)),[__weekday]<6)
RETURN
IF(COUNTX(__table,[Date])>__days+1,[Date]+2,MAXX(__table,[Date]))

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Thanks Greg,

 

I am not as proficient in Power BI as your good self,  i was wondering if you are able to highlight the areas i need to change to fit. 

 

My collumns are HDATE and the Table is called USERS.

 

Also the date from will always be in the week so that should not be a problem.  

 

 

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Also i forgot to mention HDATE may contain some blanks so this may need to be taken into consideration. 

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