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olegkazanskyi
Helper II
Helper II

Getting Item Components Amount Based on Sales

 

I have a simple data model of pizza sales with three tables:

1. Fact_Sales

2. DIM_Product

3. DIM_Ingridients

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Every Pizza has a specific amount of ingredients.

I would like to know how many ingredients I use per month based on sales of pizzas.

Sorry, I can't get how to build this calculation.

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johnt75
Super User
Super User

Try

Ingredient Usage =
SUMX (
    'DIM_Ingredients',
    VAR Sales =
        SUMX ( RELATEDTABLE ( 'FACT_Sales' ), 'FACT_Sales'[quantity] )
    VAR Result = Sales * 'DIM_Ingredients'[Usage, KG]
    RETURN
        Result
)

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johnt75
Super User
Super User

Try

Ingredient Usage =
SUMX (
    'DIM_Ingredients',
    VAR Sales =
        SUMX ( RELATEDTABLE ( 'FACT_Sales' ), 'FACT_Sales'[quantity] )
    VAR Result = Sales * 'DIM_Ingredients'[Usage, KG]
    RETURN
        Result
)

Unfortunately, I got blank values as a result.
I'm sharing a dataset just for any case.
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The relationship between sales and product is invalid - the keys in the product table include the size whereas the sales table doesn't.

Thank you! You're a life saviour.
A silly mistake

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