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akkitek
Helper III
Helper III

Creating a measure to return week if one column is greater than another between two unrelated tables

Hi Everyone,
I've been trying to create a measure which will return the week when one column (Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected) is greater than another column (Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion). The catch is that these two columns are from two unrelated tables. I have a table visual like the one below.

akkitek_0-1685956157074.png

 

The first 3 columns come from one table and the last column, "Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion" comes from another table. I need to create a measure which will return the week when "Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected" is greater than "Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion". I can add it as a column to the table visual and shwo the latest week in the card visual at the bottom. I have tried a few different measure but they don't seem to work. Here are some measures I tried:

Exceeded_Budget_Week2 =
VAR TotalRevenue = CALCULATE(SUM('FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk'[Billing Adjusted Revenue]))
VAR BudgetedRevenue = SUM('FACT_Portfolio_Perf'[Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion])
RETURN
    MINX(
        FILTER(
            ALLSELECTED('FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk'[Week]),
            CALCULATE(sum('FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk'[Billing Adjusted Revenue]), ALLEXCEPT('FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk', 'FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk'[Week])) > BudgetedRevenue
        ),
        'FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk'[Week]
    )
 
 
First Week Exceeding Budgeted BAR = CALCULATE( MAX('Table1'[Week]), FILTER( ALL('Table1'), 'Table1'[Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected] > MAX('Table2'[Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion]) ) )
 
Here's a link to the test file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1678q4O54vIkJJUl6i4afM-L1lfdS4u0l/view?usp=sharing
Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
 
 

 

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v-tangjie-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @akkitek ,

 

Please try this measure.

 

Measure 3 = VAR A=ADDCOLUMNS(ALLSELECTED(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Week]),"tEST1",[Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected],"TEST2",SUM(FACT_Portfolio_Perf[Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion]),"TEST4",SUM(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Billing Adjusted Revenue]))
var b=ADDCOLUMNS(A,"TEST3",IF([tEST1]>[TEST2],[Week],BLANK()))
RETURN MAXX(FILTER(B,[Week] IN VALUES(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Week])),[TEST3])

 

vtangjiemsft_1-1686116694264.png

 

Best Regards,

Neeko Tang

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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akkitek
Helper III
Helper III

I also found another way to do this.
I first created a column, then created a measure to achieve this:

 

BBAR per Project = 
SUMX(
    FILTER(
        FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk,
        FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Project Code] = EARLIER(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Project Code])
    ),
    FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue]
)

 

 

 

Week exceeding = 
IF(
    [Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected] > SELECTEDVALUE(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[BBAR per Project]), SELECTEDVALUE(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Week]),BLANK())

 

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akkitek
Helper III
Helper III

I also found another way to do this.
I first created a column, then created a measure to achieve this:

 

BBAR per Project = 
SUMX(
    FILTER(
        FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk,
        FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Project Code] = EARLIER(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Project Code])
    ),
    FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue]
)

 

 

 

Week exceeding = 
IF(
    [Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected] > SELECTEDVALUE(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[BBAR per Project]), SELECTEDVALUE(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Week]),BLANK())

 

v-tangjie-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @akkitek ,

 

Please try this measure.

 

Measure 3 = VAR A=ADDCOLUMNS(ALLSELECTED(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Week]),"tEST1",[Cumulative_BAR_Actual_Projected],"TEST2",SUM(FACT_Portfolio_Perf[Budgeted Billing Adjusted Revenue at Completion]),"TEST4",SUM(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Billing Adjusted Revenue]))
var b=ADDCOLUMNS(A,"TEST3",IF([tEST1]>[TEST2],[Week],BLANK()))
RETURN MAXX(FILTER(B,[Week] IN VALUES(FACT_Ops_Data_by_Wk[Week])),[TEST3])

 

vtangjiemsft_1-1686116694264.png

 

Best Regards,

Neeko Tang

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

Thanks @v-tangjie-msft ! This worked perfectly! 

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