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Helper V

## Sum of a Measure

I have a measure:

Less than 15 Days (StorLoc) =
IF('Purchase Orders'[Stor Loc Measure] > 0 && 'Purchase Orders'[Stor Loc Measure] < 15, 1, 0)

This neasure is working correctly but now I need the Sum of all the values populating.

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Frequent Visitor

You may need a separate measure for this.  First, create your regular measure for Less than 15 days and then create a new measure like the following.

SUMX(

VALUES('Table'[Break-down Column]),

[Less than 15 Days (StoreLoc)]

)

or the multiple columns version:

SUMX(

SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(Column1, Column2, ...),

[Less than 15 Days (StoreLoc)]

)

I hope this work.

Julio V.

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Helper V

that worked perfectly! thank you so much for your help! 🙂

Frequent Visitor

You need to put your IF statement inside a SUMX like follows:

SUMX(

VALUES('Purchase Orders'[Purchase Order #]),

IF('Purchase Orders'[Stor Loc Measure] 0 && 'Purchase Orders'[Stor Loc Measure] 15, 1, 0)

)

If the previous doesn't work you can create a new measure as follow:

SUMX(

VALUES('Purchase Orders'[Purchase Order #]),

[Less than 15 Days (StoreLoc)]

)

I hope this helps.

Best,

Julio V.

Helper V

Hi,

That worked, however my grand totals are a little bit off.

For example = 14 + 13+ 9 = 36

in the matrix it says total = 34

Frequent Visitor

Hi,

You need to put inside the values the column you are using to break down your data. If you need to break down with multiple columns you can use the SUMMARIZECOLUMN function instead. In the scenario you shared it would be:

SUMX(

VALUES('Purchase Orders'[Loc]),

IF('Purchase Orders'[Stor Loc Measure] 0 && 'Purchase Orders'[Stor Loc Measure] 15, 1, 0)

)

Let me know if this works.

Julio V.

Helper V

Where would I add in the summarize columns.

I tried your last formula but it just returned 0.

This is the stor loc measure for context:

Stor Loc Measure =

SUMX(
VALUES('Purchase Orders'[Purchase Order #.Purchase Order # Level 01]),
DATEDIFF(
CALCULATE(MAX('Purchase Orders'[Delivery Date.Delivery Date Level 01])),
TODAY(),
DAY
)
)

Frequent Visitor

You may need a separate measure for this.  First, create your regular measure for Less than 15 days and then create a new measure like the following.

SUMX(

VALUES('Table'[Break-down Column]),

[Less than 15 Days (StoreLoc)]

)

or the multiple columns version:

SUMX(

SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(Column1, Column2, ...),

[Less than 15 Days (StoreLoc)]

)

I hope this work.

Julio V.

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