This may be an indication that I'm using this function wrong or perhaps using the wrong function, but here's my question...
I have a table of contacts for devices that need to have quality control performed (calibration). I want to calculate the LATEST (most recent) date where the result of the QC test in the event table is "Pass". I seem to be able to find the EARLIEST date on a per unit basis, but I cannot reverse the order of the ORDER BY function.
Here is the cell logic.
=FINDROW(filter(EventData,"EventData[QC Result]=%","Pass"),"EventData[Unit]=% ORDER BY EventData[Date]",THISROW()[Unit])[Date]
In other words, find the date of the last event where the result QC was "Pass" and the unit (device identifier) is the same as the unit described in this row.
I can use the modifier "ASC" for ORDER BY, but that seems to be the default behavior (perhaps I'm wrong). I tried "DSC" and "DEC". Is there a descending order modifier?