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    Default Lookupvalue with multiple records

    Hi all

    I need some help on PowerBI

    Im trying to lookup a value from another table, except that other table has multiple rows with the same value that im looking up.

    This ofcourse results in an error.

    Each row has a 'createdon' date, so I thought it would be best to lookup the row with the earliest 'createdon' date.

    So in short, i need a lookupvalue [or a summarize formula] which will lookup the '' column within the 'opportunity' table, and return the most recent 'statuscode' (also from within the opportunity table)

    I hope this is clear. Ive tried various options but I cant seem to get it.

    Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Lookupvalue with multiple records

    Hi Try this:

    try a calculated column on Opportunity Table with this:
    VAR Mydate =
    CALCULATE (MIN ( AnotherTable[Date] ), FILTER ( CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( AnotherTable ) ), AnotherTable[Date] = Opportunity[CreatedOnDate]))
    CALCULATE (MIN ( AnotherTable[Value] ), FILTER ( CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( AnotherTable) ), AnotherTable[Date]= mydate ))
    Last edited by jorismoerings; Aug 19th, 2019 at 01:45 AM.
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