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  • ok so I had a colleague write some SQL that made it work... so I will show you here just as a point of interest... SELECT ( SELECT Value FROM dataset_1 WHERE date = ( SELECT min(date) FROM dataset_1 WHERE date > DATE_SUB(NOW(), INTERVAL 24 HOUR) ) ) as YESTERDAY, ( SELECT Value FROM dataset_1 WHERE date = ( SELECT…
  • again thanks for all the help but, a couple of follow up questions: So I managed to get the output following your instructions but I am getting the following result (see below) and that filter your suggested in beastmode gives "YES" to every line... so there is nothing to filter...
  • oh and domo support cut me off - i am using a free account and apprently there is a limit to how many times you can ask for help... 
  • i have the access to the dataflows but I am a complete novice with SQL... I have been trying to figure out how to do it with SQL for last hour but unsuccessfully ? so any help will be much appreciated!
  • nope it is not working in ETL - can figure this out - I am so stumped - is there anyone out there who can help!? this is driving me nuts! Please!
  • I am trying now to do it in ETL - by first normalizing the date column with the "set column type" command and then grouping the days using "last value" command - the only problem is that once the time stamp is removed from the date it screws up the order since it is not selcting the last value.... so still trying to work…
  • So my problem is that once I follow your advise and set it up and have a beastmode for Current Value and Beastmode for Previous Value - I get the followign table... essentially I get a column with current values that correspond to todays date that appear in that date's row and same for previous value but since the numbers…
  • I can't imagine this being such a difficult thing to do - all i want to select is most current value and one last value from a previous day... its seems like there should be a very simple way to do it. As an alternative I am ok with selecting the latest current value and one 24 hrs before it... Please help!
  • so far my datasets are dealing with a minimal number of rows that are added each time... i would say at most 10 rows would be added to a dataset on each refresh... as my SQL updated every 10 mins and the workbench every 30 - meaning if everything goes according to plan 3 rows of data is added every 30 mins but if the…
  • now the previous value column is showing the same value as the current value column, i am hopelessly confused ...
  • Either I am doing something incorrectly or this is not working... I have created the 3 beastmodes you have suggested the problem i get a the current value as the last value in the "Value Column" but the Previous Value column is empty... I think its' becuase the filter for today's value cuts out all the previous values so…
  • well my problem is I am using a free account for now and the support is refusing to talk to me anylonger because I have already asked too many questions... so hence I am here trying to get community help... :( so not sure what I should try next...
  • The problem is I don't get fails - what happens is that the the etl runs for an hour or so (50min to 1hr 20min) and then it cancels and autorestarts and then in most cases it goes right through automatically - but sometimes it can again hang for an hour. If I click on details - nothing shows because it did not"fail" it…
  • Thank you! this is a better approach that I had because in my command if I use a period that does not include today then the entire Summary Value is 0 but with your approach it only zero's out the today's value... If I understand correctly that has to do with how DOMO looks at data sets and that selecting a date range…
  • yep - I gues that solution answerd this question as well! thank you!
  • yep this works! thank you so much!!!!
  • You are correct in your assumptions. I need only one value per day. As for the rest, you are indicating that I should be doing this in SQL and not ETL? because I am not too familiar with SQL process... but I will give it a go and see what is the result and post it here...
  • Ok so I have basically data from two different currency exchanges the data going back several years, but i have current data from last week that is updated every 10 minutes. so if you imagine I have two years of date fields that have a corresponding value field of an average currency price and then when I get to Feb 13 i…
  • Thanks for the answer but i still am not getting the correct results - i have tried a different way to join, instead of using the constats I normalized the date columns in both datasets by removing the time stamps with "set column type" date only command, but the result still gets over 100k rows... no idea why...
  • Thank you so much for the explanation but I have couple of most likely stupid questions... here goes: so once I set the rank - what it does it assigns a number to each field and if there are rows that have the same date the number assigned is the same - I call this column X so where I get stuck is this: so I add a new rank…
  • Thank you or the suggestion but can you elaborate step by step on how to do it? I can't figure out in the ETL how to implement what you propose to try it out... Thanks!