In the attached file-worksheet DETAILS
These are the main columns
LOGON_ID,ASSOCIATE_CONTRACTORS, JOB_CODE, CSDB_ENTITLEMENT
If you filter by the Job code, you will see all Unique values of CSDB entitlements
alloted to that job code.
If filter by user, you will see all the entitlement assigned to that user. This will not
tell us if any of the missing or unassigned entitilement which we discussed earlier as Unique.
Looking for a formula or a macro which will give the user's missing and matching entitlements in the following format
If you fitler job code and select CZ0202. In this job code we have 2 users John Smith and Naomi Morris
we get 11 CSDB_ENTITLEMENTS
I have put in the the report in the REPORT tab, to explain what I need.
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