I am trying to calculate the storage time (in days) for unsold items, historically.
Let's say I bought product A in Jan 2022 and it is still stored today.
DATEDIFF(Sales[PurchaseDate], TODAY(), DAY),) gives me the storage time in days up until today.
I want a bar chart that shows storage time in Feb 2022, March 2022, ... Feb 2023.
I tried replacing TODAY() with MAX(Date[Date]) or SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Date]) with no success. P.S. Sales table only has PurchaseDate adn SoldDate as date columns.
Some more info, my measure looks like this:
SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[MonthEndDate]) >= SELECTEDVALUE(Sales[PurchasedDate]) ,
DATEDIFF(SELECTEDVALUE(Sales[PurchasedDate]), SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[MonthEndDate]) , DAY),
), USERELATIONSHIP(Sales[PurchasedDate], 'Date'[Date]))
And I get this result:
It only calculates the datediff to the month itself. I want the difference to all following month ends.
try to provide sample dataset with expected result.
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