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Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

Hi,

 

I have to seperate sharepoint lists. "List A" show all the orders I get in from different customers:

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And sharepoint "List B" show all my customers as a single item in the list.

 

So "List A" has alot of orders not only from different customers, but also from the same customer. What I would like to do is to sum all the order values from "List A" to "List B", matching the customer name. I am simply trying to create a sharepoint list (List B) that show the total amount or result of all the orders a customer placed in Sharepoint "List A"

 

This is similar to what I do in excel when I use the function Sumif.

 

I have been trying to make this happen for a couple of days now, but I have not found any good solution to it.

 

Thanks

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Re: Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

This particular post includes some steps for iterating through all of the items:

 

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/svarukala/2017/08/08/iterate-and-get-all-items-from-a-sharepoint-la...

 

I imagine you could then use some conditions plus a bunch of variables to start adding up the totals for each customer, with an action at the end to update the totals in List B

 

I would imagine that depending on how many unique customers you have plus how many individual sales transactions are stored in List A, this could be a time consuming flow to run.  As such, you'll want to be mindful of the trigger you are using, to ensure its not running multiples of times unnecessarily.

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Re: Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

Hi @ Alphahorse,

 

 

Does the value in the "Ordre Sum" column with a currency symbol “kr”?

 

Could you please take a try to add another column to save the currency symbol “kr”, and set the "Ordre Sum" column with a Number type?

 

If you could  add another column to save the currency symbol “kr”, and set the "Ordre Sum" column with a Number type, you could refer to my workaround below:

 

I have made a test on my side to create a List A as screenshot below:

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Note:

The customer column is a single link of text column to save the costomer name.

The Order Single column is a Number type column to save the order money.

 

I have created a List B as screenshot below:

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Note:

The customer column is a single link of text column to save the costomer name.

The Order Sum column is a Number type column to save the costomer's all order money.

 

I have created a flow as below:

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Note: 

The expression in the Compose as below:

union(array(items('Apply_to_each')?['customer']),variables('customer'))

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Note:

The "Current item" dynamic content in the screenshot is from "Apply to each 2".

 

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Note:

The expression in the Compose 2  as below:

int(items('Apply_to_each_3')?['Order_x0020_Single'])

 

 

The flow would run successfully as below:

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The items would be created in List B as below:

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Please let me know if your problem could be solved.

 

 

Regards,
Alice Zhang

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Re: Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

Hi,

 

Thank you for the reply. Your solution seems to be a good one. However, I keen getting an error message:

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So it might seem like I am missing a value in Order By field:?

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Any solutions to this?

 

 

Thank you again for your explaination.

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Community Support

Re: Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

 

Hi @Alphahorse,

 

Please check the input in the "Filter Query" field of "Get items 2".

 

The input should be: 

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Not:

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Please take correct your flow and let me know if your problem could be solved.

 

Best regards,

Alice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

Hi and Thank you for you reply.

 

I tried to replacate the flow you created and it works perfectly after I did the changes you suggested.

 

However, What I am trying to achieve is: Everytime someone in my company ads a new "order" to List A, it automatically updates the Customer in List B with the total amount. In this way, during the sell-in period, every employee can see the total amount the customer has bought for at any desirable point.

 

Your suggestion does that in a way but it is not dynamic, it only creates new items in List B if a item is created in List A.

 

In excel this is very easelly achieved by saying: "If the `customer name` in List A, is equal to the `customer name` in List B, then sum the whole `Order Single` row". However, I am not sure if this is possible using flow, maybe the logic should be something like this then: "When new item is created in List A, delete all items in List B - and then following the action you suggested in flow".

 

Is this even possible you think?

 

Thanks again for your help so far

 

 

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Helper I

Re: Sum a column from one sharepoint list with a condition to another Sharepoint list.

HI im trying to the same, i have total column and weekly total column and im struggling to get the sum based on created by i.e employee email id or name, it should calculate and show the final weekly total at bottom is that possible in sharepoint list?

 

the data which im getting is from power apps 

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