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Challenge #14: Warehouse Distribution

WegmanJordy
7 - Meteor

Hereby the solution.

sonyakasenkramer
8 - Asteroid
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andyjohnstone2
7 - Meteor

Took quite a few hours but managed with a standard macro end multi row formulas in the end.

JackParry
8 - Asteroid

Solution

dark_a
7 - Meteor

This one was interesting, but kind of easy. Thanks for good one.

 

🙂P.S. before version was uploaded without saving 🙂

djodts
8 - Asteroid

My solution

Pang_Hee_Choy
10 - Fireball
 
rsomani005
8 - Asteroid

This was a good practice to try out the multi-row formula with grouping. My approach was as follows:

 

  • Lookup the store priority into the store and item-wise demand sheet and sorting basis item and priority
  • Lookup the item-wise initial stock in the warehouse
  • Create a running total of item requirement with a grouping on item 
  • Using a multi-row tool to restrict the overall requirement of a material to the initial stock 
  • Using the multi-row tool again to backout the demand for each store 

 

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kmcdaniel
8 - Asteroid

Great practice building an iterative macro!

 

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Joe_McCoy
8 - Asteroid

I went the no macro route.