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Anonymous
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Count Overdue Dates

Hi there,

 

I'm connected to SQL Server Analysis Services database and wso I can't create columns, only new measures. I have a table with Project IDs which have an associated Due Date. 

 

I'd like to calculate how many projects have an overdue date.  Very new to DAX and I'm finding it hard to follow some of the examples I've seen.

 

Table Name - CRI

Project ID - CRI ID

Due Date - Rarget/Resolution Date

I've calculated a separate measure for Today's Date but I'm sure that can be written into the formula. So basically I'd like to create Card visual that shows the total number projects (CRI ID

 

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amitchandak
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@Anonymous ,

new measure =

Countx(Filter(CRL, CRL[Rarget/Resolution Date] >today() ), CRL[ CRI ID] )

 

or

 

Countx(Filter(CRL, CRL[Rarget/Resolution Date] <= today() ), CRL[ CRI ID] )

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Anonymous
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Legend, thanks Amit

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous ,

new measure =

Countx(Filter(CRL, CRL[Rarget/Resolution Date] >today() ), CRL[ CRI ID] )

 

or

 

Countx(Filter(CRL, CRL[Rarget/Resolution Date] <= today() ), CRL[ CRI ID] )

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