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Access two different datasets from a tableview for filtering

Hello all. I have a question that I'm not finding the answers too. Is it possible to access two difference datasets from a tableview for use in filtering the output in the tableview?

I have dataset one containing usernames which will show up in the listview. And the second dataset contains a bunch of dates I would like to filter the listview on.

Say a user goes to this page with a tableview and it lists all the users but with the exception is if the date the users viewing the data on is a date within the 2nd dataset. I want to be able to say show less users or show a difference only based upon those dates in dataset two. Then after this date/time show all the users again.

Is this possible? I hope I'm explaining this ok.




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TableViewMerger macro could be set up to consume data from multiple forms/sources

For example


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