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KingBombo
New Member

Why does this DAX calculated column has the same value for every row?

I know that my table must be wack.

 

So simple: trying to do a running total of "Yes" values in the "Automated" column by "created" date in the table "Tests". I have a total of 26 tests that are automated in the entire table. The calculated column keeps putting 26 for every row in the entire column.

 

Running Total of Automated Tests =
CALCULATE(
    COUNT(Tests[Created]),
    FILTER(
        ALL('Tests'),
            Tests[Created] <= MAX(Tests[Created])
            && Tests[Automated]="Yes"
    )
)
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VahidDM
Super User
Super User

Hey @KingBombo 

 

Try this:

Running Total of Automated Tests =
VAR _A =
    FILTER (
        Tests,
        Tests[Created] <= EARLIER ( Tests[Created] )
            && Tests[Automated] = "Yes"
    )
RETURN
    COUNTROWS ( _A )

 

If this post helps, please consider accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Appreciate your Kudos!! 

 

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Hey, thanks for the quick reply. This was an interesting method and helped some, but it put values in for rows where the automated flag was blank and no was well for some reason. 

 

I added to your solution to write this:

Running Total of Automated Tests =
IF(Tests[Automated)] = "Yes",
    COUNTROWS(
        FILTER (
            Tests,
            Tests[Created] <= EARLIER ( Tests[Created] )
            && Tests[Automated] = "Yes"
        )
    ),
    BLANK()
)

View solution in original post

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VahidDM
Super User
Super User

Hey @KingBombo 

 

Try this:

Running Total of Automated Tests =
VAR _A =
    FILTER (
        Tests,
        Tests[Created] <= EARLIER ( Tests[Created] )
            && Tests[Automated] = "Yes"
    )
RETURN
    COUNTROWS ( _A )

 

If this post helps, please consider accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Appreciate your Kudos!! 

 

LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog | YouTube 

Hey, thanks for the quick reply. This was an interesting method and helped some, but it put values in for rows where the automated flag was blank and no was well for some reason. 

 

I added to your solution to write this:

Running Total of Automated Tests =
IF(Tests[Automated)] = "Yes",
    COUNTROWS(
        FILTER (
            Tests,
            Tests[Created] <= EARLIER ( Tests[Created] )
            && Tests[Automated] = "Yes"
        )
    ),
    BLANK()
)

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