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tdewitt274
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DAX Rownumber() to act like SQL Row_Number() with Dynamic Date

Hello, everyone

 

First off, I'd like to admit that I'm not well versed in DAX.  So, there might be a simpler process.

 

I have a request to simulate the below SQL Server query using a dynamic date in Power BI.  Essentially, the most recent time that a "UniqueID" is used on or before a specific date.

WITH cte_test AS (
SELECT *, ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY UniqueID ORDER BY workDate desc) AS ROWID
FROM table1
WHERE workDate <= '2023-11-01'
)
SELECT max(workDate) AS workDate, status, count(UniqueID) AS countUniqueID, sum(AMOUNT_DUE) AS AMOUNT_DUE, sum(PRINCIPAL_AMOUNT) AS SUM_PRINCIPAL_AMOUNT, sum(INTEREST_AMOUNT) AS sum_INTEREST_AMOUNT
FROM cte_test
WHERE ROWID = 1
GROUP BY status;

I was able to get the data to come in as expected using the following DAX and a multiple select box.  The user wants the ability to change the date with the select box and update the data to use the new date as the "origin".

rwDateRank = ROWNUMBER(
    ALLSELECTED(impData[DWORK_OF_DATE],impData[LOAN_ID])
    ,ORDERBY(
        'impData'[DWORK_OF_DATE],DESC
    )
    , DEFAULT
    , PARTITIONBY('impData'[LOAN_ID])
)

The issue I am running into is that I cannot aggregate the values by Status.  If I remove the Unique ID or Work Date, the data disappears and only shows the headings.

Row Number Test - Detail.png

I need to aggregate the data to show something like the below.

Row Number Test - Summary.png

 

Anyone have any suggestions?

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v-junyant-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @tdewitt274 ,

Please provide some sample date and can you explain how these figures were calculated?

vjunyantmsft_0-1701224598685.png

I need to know the formula to find the DAX for you.

Best Regards,
Dino Tao

Hello, Dino

 

These are just COUNT and SUM the "columns" section of the "Build visual" section.

 

tdewitt274_0-1701353607555.png

 

Thanks,

Todd

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