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scott_bab
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Calculate sales measure

I have an interesting scenario that I have not been able to crack thus far.

 

I have a slicer where I can select a particular store, and I want to be able to view the department sales for the selected store, in addition to the store's district (1 level higher) and division (2 levels higher).

 

Predictably, I have been able to do this for the store. However, I am getting the overall district & division totals displaying in each department line. Any ideas on how to fix this?

 

Below is how the data is set up, with the results I would expect below that.
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Vvelarde
Community Champion
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@scott_bab 

 

Hi, try with this measure:

 

Measure =
VAR _District =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Sales[District] )
VAR _Division =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Sales[Division] )
VAR _Context =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Context[Context Name] )
RETURN
    SWITCH (
        _Context;
        "Store"; SUM ( Sales[2018 Sales] );
        "District"; CALCULATE (
            SUM ( Sales[2018 Sales] );
            KEEPFILTERS ( VALUES ( Sales[Department] ) );
            FILTER ( ALL ( 'Sales' ); Sales[District] = _District )
        );
        "Division"; CALCULATE (
            SUM ( Sales[2018 Sales] );
            KEEPFILTERS ( VALUES ( Sales[Department] ) );
            FILTER ( ALL ( 'Sales' ); Sales[Division] = _Division )
        )
    )

If doesn't work replace ; with ,

 

Maybe need to optimize code but i think will work.

 

img2.png

 

PD. I forgot to tell you

 

I create a disconnected table with a column named "Context  with this 3 rows : "Store", "District" and Division" and insert it in Columns section in Matrix)

 

Regards

 

Victor

 




Lima - Peru

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Vvelarde
Community Champion
Community Champion

@scott_bab 

 

Hi, try with this measure:

 

Measure =
VAR _District =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Sales[District] )
VAR _Division =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Sales[Division] )
VAR _Context =
    SELECTEDVALUE ( Context[Context Name] )
RETURN
    SWITCH (
        _Context;
        "Store"; SUM ( Sales[2018 Sales] );
        "District"; CALCULATE (
            SUM ( Sales[2018 Sales] );
            KEEPFILTERS ( VALUES ( Sales[Department] ) );
            FILTER ( ALL ( 'Sales' ); Sales[District] = _District )
        );
        "Division"; CALCULATE (
            SUM ( Sales[2018 Sales] );
            KEEPFILTERS ( VALUES ( Sales[Department] ) );
            FILTER ( ALL ( 'Sales' ); Sales[Division] = _Division )
        )
    )

If doesn't work replace ; with ,

 

Maybe need to optimize code but i think will work.

 

img2.png

 

PD. I forgot to tell you

 

I create a disconnected table with a column named "Context  with this 3 rows : "Store", "District" and Division" and insert it in Columns section in Matrix)

 

Regards

 

Victor

 




Lima - Peru

Thanks @Vvelarde . I'm running into some issues with the Context table - it doesn't seem to like that there is not a relationship between that and my Sales table.

@scott_bab 

 

Hi, the error message is before you drag the measure into Values Section in Matrix. After you put the measure in values you shouldn't see the issue.

 

If you still having the problem let me know to upload a demo file

 

Regards

 

Victor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Lima - Peru

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