5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 10, 2018 10:30 AM by Deepak Rai

    Return all related records if ID has at least 1 active status

    Wes Reneau

      Hello Friends,

       

      In my scenario, a member can hold multiple memberships, not all of which are active the same time. I need the ability to filter based on a member holding an active membership and return all their records, not just the active one(s).

       

      Active Member is a calculated field. Essentially I want the cancelled record on row two to display a 1 for Active Member, since ID 123 has at least 1 active status.

      However as expected, when I filter Active Member = 1, the Cancelled row no longer displays for ID 123. Again, since ID 123 has at least one active membership, I want to see all their rows.

       

      The opposite is true as well. If I were to search for all inactive members (members that have zero Active status and type of member), I would not want ID 123 to show up. I would only want 555 to display.

       

      Any ideas? I've attached the workbook used to create the screenshots.

       

      EDIT: Just a clarifying piece, I need only one status per ID. Meaning ID 123 is Active, therefore I want the ability to return all that ID's records.

       

      -W