I would like to track software license usage. At contract signature, we are given a specific number of tokens to rent software at our convenience. I currently have all the tokens amount we have ordered, with dates, in my datasource. Sometime we rent multiple products in the same day. How can I achieve a panel that would show the remaining number of tokens in our contract?
Here an example:
|Date||Token used||Remaining tokens|
|January 1, 2021||100||400|
|January 10, 2021||50||350|
|January 10, 2021||25||325|
|January 20, 2021||200||125|
|Token on contract||500|
|Red||Needs to be in PowerBI|
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Thanks @ChrisMendoza , I think this is working... But my line chart show the slope the wrong way...? I should start with the full amount and then start going down... Any idea?
Actually, the RemainingTokens column reverts to the full amount when there's no credit being used... I need to find a way to use the remaining tokens from previous row...
@jfn - I feel like I don't have enough understanding of your data model to replicate your issue as my example outputs as I would expect. I recommended reviewing the pattern/technique described at Computing running totals in DAX - SQLBI which is what I've used in this solution with my sample data. If you would like assistance with your data/.pbix you'll need to include as such.
Find the attached .pbix file for your review.
@ChrisMendoza, I'm currently reviewing the link you sent as well as your PowerBI file. For reference, here's a link to my PowerBI file... https://ksheng-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/g/personal/jfn_ksh_ca/EdJSoV9sAJ1Ag6BD8J-9Nt4BQLCGQA36DyjU9NvEC...
You may download my PBI file from here.
Hope this helps.
ok, It seems to work now... I just needed to change the setting for the date; from Date Hierarchy to StartDate... Now I just need to find how to generate a date for each day (not skipping any date)...
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