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vito123
Helper II
Helper II

Adding multiple filters for calculate table function

Hi Friends,

 

This is an extension of the problem here 

https://community.fabric.microsoft.com/t5/DAX-Commands-and-Tips/Extension-of-a-previous-DAX-Query/m-...

 

I am trying to extract SRF's between 2 levels ' Maxheight' and 'MidBot'  both of which are stored in 'Bottom_Middle' ..

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Now grabbing these 2 values I need to extract SRF's between these 2 levels from a different table 

 

Tower ID Mass height SRF
123Cell 26500.3
123Cell 25000.25
123Cell 24500.1
123Cell 22000.3
123Cell 2500.2
 
This is the code that I am using but infortuantely it is giving error message of limited memory and not working..
 
 

 

MID_Section_SRF_BYLEVEL = 
SELECTCOLUMNS(
	GENERATE(
		SELECTCOLUMNS(
			'Bottom_Middle',
			"Tower ID",Bottom_Middle[TowerModelId],
			"Midtop", Bottom_Middle[MIdtoplevel],
            "Midbot",Bottom_Middle[Bottom_Section_Height]
		),
		VAR MaxHeight = [Midtop]
        VAR Midbot=[Midbot]
		RETURN
			CALCULATETABLE(
				SELECTCOLUMNS(
					'TowerResultExtremeYielding',
					"height", TowerResultExtremeYielding[Level],
					"SRF", TowerResultExtremeYielding[Extreme_SRF],
                    "Loadcase", TowerResultExtremeYielding[LoadCase]
				),
				TowerResultExtremeYielding[Level] <= MaxHeight && TowerResultExtremeYielding[Level] >=Midbot
			)
	),
	"Tower ID", [Tower ID],
	"Height", [height],
	"SRF", [SRF],
    "Loadcase",[LoadCase]
)

 

Please help me out here with the filter conditions...

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technolog
Super User
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I hope this message finds you well. I've noticed that this solution remain unresolved. If any of you have managed to find a resolution to the issue, I kindly request that you share your solution for the benefit of the entire community. Alternatively, if you're still facing challenges, please do let us know as well.

Your insights and updates will greatly assist others who might be encountering the same challenge.

Sorry for the delay. My problem has been solved here below:

 

Solved: Re: Extraction of Values Between 2 levels - Multip... - Microsoft Fabric Community

lbendlin
Super User
Super User

Use DAX Studio to evaluate the query plan for your DAX.  Then refactor your query to reduce the number of iteration/cartesians.

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