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Max date

Hello!

Sorry for my English.

 

There are SharePoint lists with devices and repair dates.

Devices:

|     ID     |     DeviceTitle     |

------------------------------
|     1       |         dev1          |
|     2       |         dev2          |
------------------------------

Repair
|      ID     |      DeviceID     |      DateOfRepair     |
----------------------------------------------------
|      1      |        1                | DateTimeValue1     |
|      2      |        1                | DateTimeValue1     |

 

I need to get a collection where the last repair date is selected for each device.

 

I take two steps:

ClearCollect( DeviceReps; GroupBy( Repair; "DeviceId"; "Attestations" ));;
ClearCollect( LastRepDate; AddColumns( DeviceReps ; "MaxDate"; Max( Repair; DateOfRepair ) ) )

 

I get a collection DeviceReps:

 

|     DeviceID     |      MaxDate       |
-------------------------------------
|       1               | 1528664400000 |
|       1               | 1550700000000 |

How to get DateTime from 1528664400000? Or another way?

 

Thanks!

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Super User III
Super User III

@_micom_ 

Max is going to return a number.  Converting that back to a date is a challenge.

 

Here's another option to consider:

ClearCollect( LastRepDate; 
AddColumns( DeviceReps ;
"MaxDate";
First(Sort( Repair; DateOfRepair; Descending)).DateOfRepair
)
)

This will sort the dates most recent being first and then take that first value of the DateOfRepair for your Column value.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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Super User III
Super User III

@_micom_ 

Max is going to return a number.  Converting that back to a date is a challenge.

 

Here's another option to consider:

ClearCollect( LastRepDate; 
AddColumns( DeviceReps ;
"MaxDate";
First(Sort( Repair; DateOfRepair; Descending)).DateOfRepair
)
)

This will sort the dates most recent being first and then take that first value of the DateOfRepair for your Column value.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

_____________________________________________________________________________________
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Thank you very much. It works great for me.
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Hi Randy,

Could you please inform whether this can be used with "UI Flow (Preview)" of "Power Automate" to "Click" on the "Latest Date" in a "Website Table" or not?

 

I have a table with 8 columns and multiple rows.

In 5th column I have dates.

In 3rd column I have hyperlink.

 

Can we click on a hyperlink (2nd column) whose date is the highest (5th column)?

Highest Date.png

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Regards, 

SK

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Thks, Simple and elegant solution.

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