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## Cumulated Sum with multiple Categories

Hello;

I want to create a table in which a measure is being cumulated. The Measure should be summed up by two categories. Having one category for the cumulation works, however if I use two categories it does not work.

``Bruch (kg) = SUM('Unpivoted Bruch '[AnzahlBruch(kg)])``

``````Cumulative Total =
VAR cumulativbruch = [Bruch (kg)]
RETURN
CALCULATE(
[Bruch (kg)],
FILTER(
ALLSELECTED('Unpivoted Bruch '[Materialkurztext], 'Unpivoted Bruch '[BruchType] ),
[Bruch (kg)] >= cumulativbruch
)
)``````

My cumulation should be sorted by :

'Unpivoted Bruch '[Materialkurztext], 'Unpivoted Bruch '[BruchType]

With 1 category

Any help is appreciated!

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Community Support

Hi  @JANSAN ,

You can consider creating an Index to act as a top and bottom order for accumulation

Here are the steps you can follow：

1. In Power Query -- Add Column – Index Column – From 1.

2. Create measure.

``````Cumulative Total =
SUMX(
FILTER(ALL('Unpivoted Bruch'),
'Unpivoted Bruch'[Materialkurztext]=MAX('Unpivoted Bruch'[Materialkurztext])&&'Unpivoted Bruch'[BruchType]=MAX('Unpivoted Bruch'[BruchType])&&'Unpivoted Bruch'[Index]<=MAX('Unpivoted Bruch'[Index])),
[AnzahlBruch(kg)])``````

3. Result:

Best Regards,

Liu Yang

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Frequent Visitor

Your cumulation only works for one type of combined category (own cumulation for A1, for A2, A3....)
However I want to cumulate everything. So it should show the highest value first and then cumulate the number from there. So in your example data it should be (9+8+8+7+5......)

Frequent Visitor

I updated the post, with 2 pics

Solution Sage

@JANSAN Please can share your ENDOUTPUT in Table and Dummy Data For more understanding.THANK YOU!!

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