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Helper III

## TOTALS INCORRECT WHEN USING MAXX

Hi there,

I just need help calculating dynamic totals within Power BI for the following measure shown below .  Essentially, I am calculating the last recorded Average Cost and QTY On Hand across my 3 branches for a specific product ( TXWHSE) to get my Inventory Value.  But by  using MAXX I know why my totals are based on the MAXX value but my desired output is to SUM the total inventory Values across all 3 of my branches as my total amount.  In this case, it should show \$52,455.15 .  How would I go about doing that ?

Solution Sage

Hi,

``````INVENTORY VALUE =
VAR LASTQ0H =
CALCULATE (
MAXX ( INTRAN00, INTRAN00[TXQOH] ),
LASTDATE ( INTRAN00[TRANSACTION DATE] )
)
VAR LASTAVGCOST =
CALCULATE (
MAXX ( INTRAN00, INTRAN00[NEW AC PER] ),
LASTDATE ( INTRAN00[TRANSACTION DATE] )
)
VAR MYTABLE =
SUMMARIZE (
INTRAN00,
INTRAN00[TXWHSE],
"LastQ0H",
CALCULATE (
MAXX ( INTRAN00, INTRAN00[TXQOH] ),
LASTDATE ( INTRAN00[TRANSACTION DATE] )
),
"LastAvgCost",
CALCULATE (
MAXX ( INTRAN00, INTRAN00[NEW AC PER] ),
LASTDATE ( INTRAN00[TRANSACTION DATE] )
)
)
RETURN
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( INTRAN00[TXWHSE] ),
LASTAVGCOST * LASTQ0H,
SUMX ( MYTABLE, [LastAvgCost] * [LastQ0H] )
)``````

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