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Arne_R
Helper II
Helper II

Sum in collection with condition (filter)

Hello!

I am trying to sum a column in a collection with a condition.

I have a collection: 'WerkbonPos_col' . Then I create a new collection, based on the previously mentioned collection. Line numbers are added to this, among other things.

 

Now I want the sum of the 'Werktijd' (working hours), where the condition must be the 'Personeelsnummer' (employee number).
The formula gives me the total sum of all lines, independent of the employee number.

 

Im trying this: 

// Behandelen van de werken
Clear(WerkbonPOS_col_Indexed);;
ForAll(
    WerkbonPOS_col;
    Collect(
        WerkbonPOS_col_Indexed;
        Patch(
            Last(
                FirstN(
                    WerkbonPOS_col;
                    CountRows(WerkbonPOS_col_Indexed) + 1
                )
            );
            {
                Lijnnummer: (CountRows(WerkbonPOS_col_Indexed) + 1) * 10;
                Totale_km: Sum(Filter(WerkbonPOS_col;Personeelsnummer = ThisRecord.Personeelsnummer);Km); 
                Totale_uren: Sum(Filter(WerkbonPOS_col; Personeelsnummer = ThisRecord.Personeelsnummer);Werktijd);
                Documentnaam: "P" & ThisRecord.Personeelsnummer & "N" & var_werkbonnummer & "D" & Concat(
                    Split(
                        var_werkbon_datum;
                        "/"
                    );
                    Result
                );
                WerkbonKey: "P" & ThisRecord.Personeelsnummer & "N" & var_werkbonnummer & "D" & Concat(
                    Split(
                        var_werkbon_datum;
                        "/"
                    );
                    Result
                )
            }
        )
    )
);;


Everything works except following lines:

Totale_km: Sum(Filter(WerkbonPOS_col;Personeelsnummer = ThisRecord.Personeelsnummer);Km);
Totale_uren: Sum(Filter(WerkbonPOS_col; Personeelsnummer = ThisRecord.Personeelsnummer);Werktijd);

 

Part of 'WerkbonPos_col': 

PersoneelsnummerWerktijd
079

2

079

3

323

3

 

What I have after the code ('WerkbonPos_col_Indexed'):

PersoneelsnummerWerktijdTotale_uren
079

2

8

079

3

8

323

3

8

 

What I want: 

PersoneelsnummerWerktijdTotale_uren
079

2

5

079

3

5

323

3

3

 

Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

Thank you in advance!

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Accepted Solutions
v-liwei-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Arne_R ,

 

I suggest you use this function:
 
Collect(
WerkbonPos_col_Indexed,
Ungroup( 
AddColumns( 
GroupBy( 
WerkbonPos_col,
"Personeelsnummer",
"fenzu"
),
"Totale_uren",
Sum( 
fenzu,
Werktijd
)
),
"fenzu"
)
vliweimsft_0-1652350149750.png

 

Best Regards,

Levi

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3 REPLIES 3
Arne_R
Helper II
Helper II

If I 'hard-code' the 'Personeelsnummer to 079, it works for employee 079. 

Totale_km: Sum(Filter(WerkbonPOS_col;Personeelsnummer = "079");Km); 
Totale_uren: Sum(Filter(WerkbonPOS_col; Personeelsnummer = "079");Werktijd);

 

Example: 

Part of 'WerkbonPos_col': 

PersoneelsnummerWerktijd
079

2

079

3

323

3

 

What I have after the code ('WerkbonPos_col_Indexed'):

PersoneelsnummerWerktijdTotale_uren
079

2

5

079

3

5

323

3

5

 

What I want: 

PersoneelsnummerWerktijdTotale_uren
079

2

5

079

3

5

323

3

3

 

 

v-liwei-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Arne_R ,

 

I suggest you use this function:
 
Collect(
WerkbonPos_col_Indexed,
Ungroup( 
AddColumns( 
GroupBy( 
WerkbonPos_col,
"Personeelsnummer",
"fenzu"
),
"Totale_uren",
Sum( 
fenzu,
Werktijd
)
),
"fenzu"
)
vliweimsft_0-1652350149750.png

 

Best Regards,

Levi

Thank you. The code works for me. I adapt it to suit my needs.

 

Kind regards
Arne

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