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Puja
Helper III
Helper III

Help with SUMMARIZE

Hi All,

I am trying to get correct totals but I am not able to include blank RegionCode data. Can someone help me .Thanks

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Measure=
VAR a =
    SUMX(
        SUMMARIZE(DimRegion, DimRegion[RegionCode], "AA", [Constant USD]) ,[AA])
       
RETURN  a
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v-stephen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Puja ,

 

To include blank RegionCode data in your Power BI Desktop table visual, you can modify your DAX measure to include a condition that checks for blank values. Here's an example of how you can modify your measure:

Measure = 
VAR a =
    SUMX(
        SUMMARIZE(DimRegion, DimRegion[RegionCode], "AA", [Constant USD]), [AA]
    )
VAR b =
    CALCULATE(
        [AA],
        FILTER(DimRegion, ISBLANK(DimRegion[RegionCode]))
    )
RETURN 
    IF(
        ISBLANK(a),
        b,
        IF(
            ISBLANK(b),
            a,
            a + b
        )
    )

 

In this modified measure, we first calculate the sum of the non-blank values using the same formula as before. We then calculate the sum of the blank values using the CALCULATE and FILTER functions. Finally, we add the two sums together to get the total.


Note that this assumes that the RegionCode column is a text column. If it is a numeric column, you can modify the ISBLANK function to use BLANK instead.

 

 

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.           

 

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v-stephen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Puja ,

 

To include blank RegionCode data in your Power BI Desktop table visual, you can modify your DAX measure to include a condition that checks for blank values. Here's an example of how you can modify your measure:

Measure = 
VAR a =
    SUMX(
        SUMMARIZE(DimRegion, DimRegion[RegionCode], "AA", [Constant USD]), [AA]
    )
VAR b =
    CALCULATE(
        [AA],
        FILTER(DimRegion, ISBLANK(DimRegion[RegionCode]))
    )
RETURN 
    IF(
        ISBLANK(a),
        b,
        IF(
            ISBLANK(b),
            a,
            a + b
        )
    )

 

In this modified measure, we first calculate the sum of the non-blank values using the same formula as before. We then calculate the sum of the blank values using the CALCULATE and FILTER functions. Finally, we add the two sums together to get the total.


Note that this assumes that the RegionCode column is a text column. If it is a numeric column, you can modify the ISBLANK function to use BLANK instead.

 

 

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.           

 

ppm1
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Try summarizing your fact table instead. You can also simplify the expression as follows.

 

SUMX(
        SUMMARIZE(FactTableDimRegion[RegionCode])[Constant USD])
 
Pat
Microsoft Employee

hi @ppm1 

Thanks for the reply.

Your solution is not working.

 

Thank you

Can you share more about your model (show tables/relationships from diagram view), and share the [Constant USD] measure expression?

 

Pat

Microsoft Employee

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