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BI_Analyticz
Helper V
Helper V

Count the Items which has single status

Hi, I have been breaking my head to find the solution. I have a list of assets. Need to count the assets if it only has the FIXED status and not having any other rows with different status, also with Patch Type OS. I need to display the count for each domain.

 

For example if you look at the below table. For Domain ABC we should M2 since it belongs to patch type OS and with status as Fixed. But M1 belongs to OS but it has both Active and Fixed status.

 

So healthy machine for ABC domain is 1.

 

DomainMachineStatusPatch Type
ABCM1ActiveOS
ABCM1ActiveOS
ABCM1FixedOS
ABCM1FixedOS
ABCM1FixedOS
ABCM2FixedOS
ABCM2FixedOS
ABCM2FixedOS
ABCM3FixedHardware
ABCM3FixedHardware
ABCM3FixedHardware
ABCM3FixedHardware
ABCM3FixedHardware
ABCM3FixedHardware
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v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @BI_Analyticz 

 

You can create below measure. 'Table' is my table's name, replace it with yours.

Measure = 
VAR vTable = FILTER('Table','Table'[Patch Type]="OS")
VAR vTable2 = SUMMARIZE(vTable,'Table'[Domain],'Table'[Machine],"All_Status",CONCATENATEX(VALUES('Table'[Status]),'Table'[Status],","))
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER(vTable2,[All_Status]="Fixed"))

 

Then you can add a table visual in the report, put Domain column and this measure into it to show the count for each domain. See the attachment. 

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
If this post helps, please Accept it as Solution to help other members find it.

 

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v-jingzhang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @BI_Analyticz 

 

You can create below measure. 'Table' is my table's name, replace it with yours.

Measure = 
VAR vTable = FILTER('Table','Table'[Patch Type]="OS")
VAR vTable2 = SUMMARIZE(vTable,'Table'[Domain],'Table'[Machine],"All_Status",CONCATENATEX(VALUES('Table'[Status]),'Table'[Status],","))
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER(vTable2,[All_Status]="Fixed"))

 

Then you can add a table visual in the report, put Domain column and this measure into it to show the count for each domain. See the attachment. 

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Jing
If this post helps, please Accept it as Solution to help other members find it.

 

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@BI_Analyticz , Try a measure like

 

countx(filter(summarize(Table, Table[Domain], Table[Machine],"_1",, distinctCOUNT(Table[Status])), [_1]=1),[Machine] )

@amitchandak Thanks for replying. I am getting some syntax error. Need help pls.

 

BI_Analyticz_0-1635835147473.png

 

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