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## Using ALLSELECTED and ALLEXCEPT Together to Get Max Date at Higher Level

Hi all,

This seems like a pretty basic challenge I have. And it's driving me nuts that I can't figure it out.

Sample dataset:

I want to return the Max Date at the Project level.

Project Max Date = CALCULATE(MAX(Sheet1[Date]),
ALLEXCEPT(Sheet1,Sheet1[Project #]))

Works like a charm:

However, I want it to take the filtered selection into consideration. i.e. - When I'm filtered to just Job 1, it will reflect a Max date of 1/1/22. I figured I could just do something like this and wrap an allselected around my first measure, but no dice.

Project Max Date ALLSELECTED = CALCULATE([Project Max Date],
ALLSELECTED(Sheet1))

Any help is grealy appreciated!

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Anonymous
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My colleague was able to solve

Project Max Date (working) = CALCULATE(MAX(Sheet1[Date]),

FILTER(AllSELECTED(Sheet1), Sheet1[Project #] = SELECTEDVALUE(Sheet1[Project #])))
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Super User

Hi @Anonymous

Try

CALCULATE (

MAXX ( ALLSELECTED ( Sheet1[Job #] ), Sheet1[Date] ),

ALLSELECTED ( Sheet1[Project #] )

)

Anonymous
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Thanks. But it gives me an error when I try to use Sheet1[Date]

Super User

Use MAX ( Sheet1[Date] )

Super User

Also this might work
MAXX ( ALLSELECTED ( Sheet1[Job #] ), CALCULATE ( VALUES ( Sheet1[Date] ) ) ),

ALLSELECTED ( Sheet1[Project #] )

)

Anonymous
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I haven't tried your last one. But wanted to message that my colleuge was able to solve.

Project Max Date (working) = CALCULATE(MAX(Sheet1[Date]),

FILTER(AllSELECTED(Sheet1), Sheet1[Project #] = SELECTEDVALUE(Sheet1[Project #])))
Super User

Hi,

Project Max Date ALLSELECTED =
CALCULATE(MAX(Sheet1[Date]),
ALLSELECTED(Sheet1)
)

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Anonymous
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Thanks for the quick repsonse, JiHwan. Yes, you are correct. That did work. And sorry, I should have included another job to throw another wrinkle into this.

I've added another job to the dataset.

What I would like to see is the Max date for each Project based on the filtered selection.

So my original formula works as long as everything is selected.

However, when I filter down to just the Jobs title '1', it doesn't. The Project 1/Job 1 is still reflecting the Max date of the Project 1/Job 2, even though it's now filtered out.

And using the second forumula will give the Max date of the entire filtered selection. However, I still want it to consider the filter context based on the Project.

Project 1/Job 1 should reflect it's own date (now that Project 1/Job 2 is filtered out). So neither of these formulas get that right. I figured it would need to be a combination of the formulas. But I'm having trouble nesting the ALL and/or CALCULATES in order to get it to work.

Anonymous
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My colleague was able to solve

Project Max Date (working) = CALCULATE(MAX(Sheet1[Date]),

FILTER(AllSELECTED(Sheet1), Sheet1[Project #] = SELECTEDVALUE(Sheet1[Project #])))

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