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Ackbar-Learner
Resolver I
Resolver I

Issue with Summarize in Power Pivot

Hi I am having with Summarize function in Power Pivot Dax

 

Below are four dependent measures one after the other. As you can see for the measure Projected Amount (EUR), the subtotals are correct but the last one just after tax is not deducting the tax. Please see the Dax for each measure below:

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The issue seems to lie between the 2nd and 3rd measure. I cannot get the Summarize function to work correctly in the 2nd measure so that the 3rd measure (Running Total) can read it and apply same in its formula.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Best Regards

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

@Ackbar-Learner 
Sorry I got distracted with some other business. 
Please use the following for measure 2

2nd Measure: =
SUMX ( VALUES ( TabPLGLItem[GLItem] ), [TaxAmountWithSign] )

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @Ackbar-Learner 
Try to add the equal sign 

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@tamerj1 no effect mate🤔

Hi @Ackbar-Learner 
Would you please copy/paste the code of the four measures?

Sure @tamerj1 

1st Measure:

=VAR Result = [AmountWithSign]

VAR TaxApplicable = -1*if([TaxCalcCumulative]>[TaxCalcPeriod],[TaxCalcPeriod],[TaxCalcCumulative])

RETURN

calculate(if(if(HASONEVALUE(TabPLGLItem[GLItem]),values(TabPLGLItem[GLItem]))="Tax",TaxApplicable,Result))

 

2nd Measure: 

=VAR CorrectTotal = SUMMARIZE(TabPLGLItem,[GLItem],"__value",[TaxAmountWithSign])

RETURN

IF(HASONEVALUE(TabPLGLItem[GLItem]),[TaxAmountWithSign],SUMX(CorrectTotal,[__value]))

 

3rd Measure:

=if(

HASONEFILTER(TabPLGLItem[GLItem])

,

CALCULATE(

[PLTaxAmountWithSign]

,

ALL(TabPLGLItem[GLItem])

,

TabPLGLItem[Index] <= VALUES(TabPLGLItem[Index])

)

,

blank()

)

 

4th Measure:

=SWITCH(

[HeaderCalcType]

,

BLANK(),BLANK()

,

1,[TaxAmountWithSign]

,

2,[RunningTotal]

)

@Ackbar-Learner 
Sorry I got distracted with some other business. 
Please use the following for measure 2

2nd Measure: =
SUMX ( VALUES ( TabPLGLItem[GLItem] ), [TaxAmountWithSign] )

This was so easy and I went to fetch it on the moon😃. Any clue why did the Summarize function not work?

 

Also, would you mind explaining what is actually the above function doing? This will be for the benefit of people who will read this afterwards and myself as well.

 

@Ackbar-Learner 
You were blanking out the total using HASONEVALUE which was absolutely unnecessary 

Thanks @tamerj1 

Ackbar-Learner
Resolver I
Resolver I

@amitchandak grateful for any idea?

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