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Mr_Glister
Advocate II
Advocate II

CALCULATE(SUM(....),ALL(....)) doesn't ignore filter

Hi,

I have a data table ('SALES') which basically consists of two columns, Date and Volume HOG. 

Here is a glimpse. Notice that this is a table visual and I'm not showing all the rows but that the total is 47,408.

data table.JPG

In the page I'm using I have a filter on the Date to show only the last 10 weeks. But I need a measure that returns always the unfiltered total of the column Volume HOG (=47,408) no matter what the date filter is.

So naturally I want to do : Volume HOG total= CALCULATE(SUM('SALES'[Volume HOG]), ALL('SALES'[Date]))

 

However, it doesn't work. The table visual correctly shows and sums up only the last 10 weeks but the measure I created, which should ignore and filters on the Date, returns the same result instead of 47,408. And I have no idea why... Can anybody help me?

data table filtered.JPG

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Anonymous
Not applicable

Instead of ALL('SALES'[Date]) can you try ALL('SALES'))?

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Mark_Timson
Helper I
Helper I

Is there a way of doing this but then summing all by a specific group ? I have Filtered my table down by specific week and Branch I want a company total by the same group. When I use all it will just return the whole sum of the table I dont want that I want sum by group but for all branches.

 

Below is an example:

Group|SalesAmount| CompanyTotal

NNQ  | 2836            | 10025

 

 
Branch Sales Company TY = 
VAR TFW = SELECTEDVALUE('s_bgw'[week])
RETURN 
CALCULATE
(
    SUM('iwdba s_bgw'[salesamount]),
    ALL('s_bgw'),
    's_bgw'[week] = TFW
)
 
Anonymous
Not applicable

Try using the ALLEXCEPT call. Here you can add in the fields that you don't want the filter removed on (week and branch).

Anonymous
Not applicable

Instead of ALL('SALES'[Date]) can you try ALL('SALES'))?

Simple as that! Thanks a lot! But can you tell me why this works or why my formula didn't?

@Mr_Glister i think its because of the filter context on the date.  





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ALL('SALES') removes ANY filter on the SALES table

so it looks like it works in this example but it does not in general. 

 

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