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I need a help from you with correction/suggestion of query I am using to get a data from folder in CSV format. Warning upfront: I don't know, how to write this shortly.
Few informations first:
Tools are limited for Power Query, Excel, VBA
Data query will run once in a month, so bigger loading time is not a BIG issue, although lower time is ofc preferable
- I have chosen Power Query approach, because the source data have to be used in another Excel file, but with different set of rules (and this is part of my current issue).
- Basic issue with my code is that it runs for really long time, there are big amount of conditions that need to be met and I have to use similar approach for another reason/tool/file. And I want the people to just press Refresh to get the information needed.
I have source of data in CSV files in a folder. Naming convention doesn't exist, because multiple people do the export of the data from system. Because of that I've used folder option in PQ.
The size of the data is currently around 400-600 MB. Name of the columns might be changing, for which are the first line in M-code to get around.
My main struggle is:
There are several conditions, that need to be implemented. I didn't want to write multiple
if statements, because the code would get really ugly, and the number of conditions is in tenths and across multiple columns. For that reason I've implemented (let's call it TT) translation table where I have all columns where filtering could be used and last column of that TT is concatenation of all columns. If in the condition I don't care about one of the columns, I fill it with wildcard "*".
So the TT might be looking like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-18 at 10:04
If I were to do this, I would write a function that compiles the filter condition table into a function, then apply it with Table.SelectRows.
The issue I am having is that I am trying to assign keyboard focus to a bootstrap "active" class using jQuery. The goal is to allow accessibility users who select from a drop menu to go directly to the selected item, and skip the rest.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-04 at 15:03
find() should take a class as a selector and not
active like an tag element and you also don't call the
focus() on the first line. Try this:
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