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Display value of columns with if condition

What is the correct dax for displaying the values of the columns?

This is the measure that i did, but it's not displaying any values.


Hours = IF([DaysBetween] > 30, SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[MonthlyWorkingHrs]), [BusinessDays] * SELECTEDVALUE('Table'[DailyWorkingHrs]))
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could you pls provide some sample data and expected output?

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I want to display the value of monthly working hours if the dates between is greater than 30 days. but if the days between is less than that, i want to multiply the daily hours and the business days (already calculated)

how to identify greater than 30 days or not? it's better to provide some sample data, otherwise it's not easy to provide the proper solution.

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BusinessDays = NETWORKDAYS(MIN('Table'[Dates]), MAX('Table'[Dates]),1)
DaysBetween = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Dates])


Hi @PBI_learner0 


You may try replacing SELECTEDVALUE function with MAX. Not sure whether your data table has multiple distinct values in MonthlyWorkingHrs and DailyWorkingHrs columns. If so, this is probably the cause. 

Hours =
IF (
    [DaysBetween] > 30,
    MAX ( 'Table'[MonthlyWorkingHrs] ),
    [BusinessDays] * MAX ( 'Table'[DailyWorkingHrs] )


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