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## Calculating the total number of Vehicle Service Days that are on Public Holidays

Hello,

I have uploaded my pbix file at https://we.tl/t-O7u7D4I8i5

I have 3 unlinked tables (sorry it's not possible to link the tables for other reasons, I don't have control of that unfortunately):

- Calendar (months)

- Public Holidays

- List of vehicles servicings with service dates

For each Calendar month, please can you tell me how to create a calculated measure to return the total number of vehicle service days that were public holidays? (it can't be a calculate column because I need to filter by other categories later on)

This is where I got to but I have to confess I am stuggling without the table relationships (the answer should be 0 in November, 6 in December (3 cars each being serviced on both 25th and 26th December), 0 in January)

Thank you for any help,

CM

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Community Support

Hi @CloudMonkey ,

I think you'd better have holiday data for each year, so I replace 2021 with 2020 year.

Then I create the following measures:

``````Measure =
COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
'Vehicles Being Serviced',
'Vehicles Being Serviced'[Date Taken Off Road] < MAX('Public Holidays'[Date])
&& 'Vehicles Being Serviced'[Date Returned] >= MAX('Public Holidays'[Date])
)
)``````
``````Number of Vehicle Service Days that are Public Holidays =
VAR FirstDayOfMonth = min('Calendar (Months)'[Month Start Date])
VAR FirstDayOfNextMonth = edate(FirstDayOfMonth,1)

RETURN
CALCULATE(
SUMX( ALLSELECTED('Public Holidays'[Date]), [Measure] ),
FILTER(
'Public Holidays',
'Public Holidays'[Public Holiday Flag] =1
&& 'Public Holidays'[Date] < FirstDayOfNextMonth
&& 'Public Holidays'[Date] >= FirstDayOfMonth
)
)``````

If the problem is still not resolved, please provide detailed error information or the expected result you expect. Let me know immediately, looking forward to your reply.

Best Regards,
Winniz

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

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Community Support

Hi @CloudMonkey ,

I think you'd better have holiday data for each year, so I replace 2021 with 2020 year.

Then I create the following measures:

``````Measure =
COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
'Vehicles Being Serviced',
'Vehicles Being Serviced'[Date Taken Off Road] < MAX('Public Holidays'[Date])
&& 'Vehicles Being Serviced'[Date Returned] >= MAX('Public Holidays'[Date])
)
)``````
``````Number of Vehicle Service Days that are Public Holidays =
VAR FirstDayOfMonth = min('Calendar (Months)'[Month Start Date])
VAR FirstDayOfNextMonth = edate(FirstDayOfMonth,1)

RETURN
CALCULATE(
SUMX( ALLSELECTED('Public Holidays'[Date]), [Measure] ),
FILTER(
'Public Holidays',
'Public Holidays'[Public Holiday Flag] =1
&& 'Public Holidays'[Date] < FirstDayOfNextMonth
&& 'Public Holidays'[Date] >= FirstDayOfMonth
)
)``````

If the problem is still not resolved, please provide detailed error information or the expected result you expect. Let me know immediately, looking forward to your reply.

Best Regards,
Winniz

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

Super User

@CloudMonkey , My idea would be to create a new column in the calendar to have flag public holidays.

We can join calendar and vehicles  on date and service date(without time)

Then we can have

calculate(countrows(vehicles), filter(Calendar, Calendar[Holiday] =1))

check if needed

refer 4 ways to copy data from one table to another

Post Prodigy

Thanks @amitchandak but as I say I'm not allowed to combined the tables, is there another way? Thanks

Super User

@CloudMonkey , Assume calendar is going to control the date

Try a measure like

new measure =
VAR _min = MINX( allselected('Calendar') , 'Calendar'[Date] )
VAR _max = MAXX(allselected('Calendar') , 'Calendar'[Date] )
var _tab = filter('Public Holidays', 'Public Holidays'[Date] >= _min && 'Public Holidays'[Date] <= _max && 'Public Holidays'[Holiday] =1)
return
calculate(countrows(vehicles), filter(vehicles, vehicles[date] in _tab))

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