Exclusion Join or method to achieve the same type of result
I've got a dataset I'm working with that has a large amount of RepairOrder data, in this particular instance I'm filtering for any RepairOrders that are not closed that have costs applied to them.
This is very straight forward, however I've discovered that in some cases I've got duplicates that exist, one closed and one open.
So I'm only seeing one entry.
The duplicate is not the RepairOrder number, it is what is called the sourcekey which is a unique value from the system the generates the RepairOrder. It is possible to have multiple RepairOrders using the same source key, although it is not accepted practice.
I'd like to be able to somehow eliminate or filter out the records in my dataset that have the same source key ID in the closed Records section. I could possibly do this with a Beast Mode but I'm not sure exactly how I would do that I want to make the right choice on this.
Any help as always will be appreciated.
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