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Anonymous
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Need help with DAX to get similar function LIKE in SQL

I am getting an issue in creating a DAX function in Power BI.
My Query

SELECT SUM(AMOUNT) FROM TABLE1

WHERE REVENUE_TYPE NOT LIKE '%CRA';

I want to replicate this thing in Power BI using DAX. Need some inputs
Thanks!

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Anonymous
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I tried this method and it worked for import method,

src_rev = CALCULATE(SUM(AECG_VARICENT_INCENTIVE_HISTORY[SPLIT_AMOUNT]),
              NOT(CONTAINSSTRING(AECG_VARICENT_INCENTIVE_HISTORY[REVENUE_TYPE],"CRA")))
 
Thanks for the answers and suggestions!

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Anonymous
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I tried this method and it worked for import method,

src_rev = CALCULATE(SUM(AECG_VARICENT_INCENTIVE_HISTORY[SPLIT_AMOUNT]),
              NOT(CONTAINSSTRING(AECG_VARICENT_INCENTIVE_HISTORY[REVENUE_TYPE],"CRA")))
 
Thanks for the answers and suggestions!
ValtteriN
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Hi,

Here is an example:

ValtteriN_0-1689330643434.png

 

Dax:

SUM not cra = CALCULATE(SUM('Table (36)'[Value]),ALL('Table (36)'),'Table (36)'[Revenue type] <> "CRA")
End result:

ValtteriN_1-1689330794135.png

 

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Anonymous
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I understood the above concept or logic. But my issue is with the LIKE operator. How to implement that in DAX. And you can see it should filter the values starts with "CRA".

====> WHERE REVENUE_TYPE NOT LIKE '%CRA';
Not equal to would been easier but it is not!

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

You can create a DAX measure in Power BI to replicate the SQL query you provided. Here's a DAX measure that should give you the desired result:

 

Total Amount Excluding CRA = 
CALCULATE(
    SUM(TABLE1[AMOUNT]),
    FILTER(
        TABLE1,
        NOT (CONTAINSSTRING(TABLE1[REVENUE_TYPE], "CRA"))
    )
)

 

This measure calculates the sum of the AMOUNT column in TABLE1 while excluding rows where the REVENUE_TYPE contains "CRA".

 

Best Regards,

Jianbo Li

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