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Anonymous
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dax help

I have data in 2 tables as below. The tables are not related in BI Desktop. How do I write a formula in DAX to achieve this?

 

Table 1

 

Role                       Total Mission Hours By Region Name
ATTORNEY              22701
ATTORNEY III          20823
ATTORNEY IV         15809
Attorney V               11575

 

Table 2

 

Labor Class Name                Total Current Hours
Attorney III                            16356
Attorney                                15200
Attorney IV                           11910
Assistant Chief Counsel         4768

 

Output Requires is -

 

Labor Class Name                Total Current Hours     Total Mission Hours
Attorney III                            16356                              20823
Attorney                                15200                              22701
Attorney IV                           11910                               15809
Assistant Chief Counsel         4768

 

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Anonymous
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Well, you have to decide what you want to do. I can't tell you, it's your business after all 🙂

 

You could sum up all the values in the corresponding rows or you could take the min/max... you could do many things but it's you who has to decide. You could also return BLANK if there is more than 1 corresponding row. It's your call, mate 🙂

 

Best

Darek

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Anonymous
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The code

 -- This code will return an error if
-- there is more than 1 row in T1
-- for any of the roles. But according
-- to the conditions there should be
-- only unique roles in T1.

[Total Mission Hours] = -- calculated column
var __role = T2[Labor Class Name]
var __totalMissionHours =
    CALCULATE (
        VALUES ( T1[Total Mission Hours By Region Name] ),
        T1[Role] = __role
    )
return
    __totalMissionHours

Best

D.

Anonymous
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Hi,

 

Thanks for replying!

 

I gave an overview of what I am trying to achieve. there is more than 1 row in T1.

 

What can be done if this is the scenario?

 

Thanks,

Anonymous
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Well, you have to decide what you want to do. I can't tell you, it's your business after all 🙂

 

You could sum up all the values in the corresponding rows or you could take the min/max... you could do many things but it's you who has to decide. You could also return BLANK if there is more than 1 corresponding row. It's your call, mate 🙂

 

Best

Darek

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