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_donev
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DAX - count header rows only if specific details

I am trying to get my head around this DAX measure. I have a denormalized Master-Detail tables with Orders of products. The model is relatively large (200+ mln rows) and I am looking for the most optimal way to have the following measure: Count all distinct orders, that have both ProductID 100 and ProductID 101

 

In the source data below, that would be just 1 order.

 

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Any pointers, articles or hints?

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OwenAuger
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@_donev

If it's always those two particular ProducID values that you are interested in, then this is the fastest performing measure I could come up with on some test data:

Orders with both 100 & 101 =
VAR Orders_100 =
    CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( Orders[OrderID] ), Orders[ProductID] = "100" )
VAR Orders_101 =
    CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( Orders[OrderID] ), Orders[ProductID] = "101" )
RETURN
    COUNTROWS ( INTERSECT ( Orders_100, Orders_101 ) )

If you needed a more general measure that could handle any selection of ProductID values then that would be a bit different.

 

Regards,

Owen


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OwenAuger
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@_donev

If it's always those two particular ProducID values that you are interested in, then this is the fastest performing measure I could come up with on some test data:

Orders with both 100 & 101 =
VAR Orders_100 =
    CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( Orders[OrderID] ), Orders[ProductID] = "100" )
VAR Orders_101 =
    CALCULATETABLE ( VALUES ( Orders[OrderID] ), Orders[ProductID] = "101" )
RETURN
    COUNTROWS ( INTERSECT ( Orders_100, Orders_101 ) )

If you needed a more general measure that could handle any selection of ProductID values then that would be a bit different.

 

Regards,

Owen


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