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Old 09-26-2020, 05:30 PM
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I'm stuck at the GroupedRows step of the RegsNotRenewed ThisYear. When I clicked on the Invoke Custom Function, there is no fnLastReg to invoke.
I have started from a new file, not from what you sent.
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Old 09-26-2020, 06:00 PM
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Then you need to create your own fnLastReg function.
The diagnostic file I sent you contains that function in the making.
If you look at the code of that query you'll see I commented out the first line:
(tbl)=>
and changed the source to:

Source = #"RegsNotRenewedThis Year"
instead of:
Source = tbl


Before you do anything else though, you should note that the source for this query is #"RegsNotRenewedThis Year" which is the same as the one in the non-diagnostic file but with all the steps from and including the Invoked custom function step to the end deleted and one of the words 'Table' clicked upon in the grp column to expand/drill down to that one table, to use as an example for fnLastReg to work on. It's probably best to duplicate the RegsNotRenewedThis Year query and work on that.

When you refresh the preview of fnLastReg you should see all the steps (because it's not a function anymore) and be able to edit what it does more easily.
When fnLastReg gives the results you want, you'll have to make fnLastReg back into a function by reversing the changes made to it above.

Go back to your original RegsNotRenewedThis Year to test it.
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Old 09-27-2020, 03:11 AM
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P45cal,
This is the code that I need to "reverse" but I really do not know how
let
Source = Excel. CurrentWorkbook(),
#"Filtered Rows" = Table. SelectRows(Source, each ([Name] = "RegnsNotRenewedThisYear"))
#"ExpandedContent"
#"SortedRows"
#"KeptLastRows"
#"RemovedColums"
I tried inserting "tbl=>" before the let and the "RegnsNotRenewedThisYear" to "tbl" but received an error.
Thank you.
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Old 09-27-2020, 04:36 AM
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but I really do not know how
Perhaps some self teaching is required; I can't do it myself but here are some links you can look through:

Creating a Custom Function in Power Query / Power BI — Powered Solutions
Creating a Custom Function in Power Query / Power BI — Powered Solutions
and its follow up article:
Understanding the Combe Files experience Power BI / Power Query — Powered Solutions
Understanding the Combe Files experience Power BI / Power Query — Powered Solutions


Create Custom Functions in Power Query – SQLServerCentral
Create Custom Functions in Power Query – SQLServerCentral

Power Query - Custom Functions - Excel Off The Grid
Power Query - Custom Functions - Excel Off The Grid

Create a Basic Custom Function in Power Query - YouTube
Create a Basic Custom Function in Power Query - YouTube
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Old 09-27-2020, 05:58 AM
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Thank you for the links. I'm not giving up on this. Meantime, I have to make do with a quite circuitous process but with the same wanted results.
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