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Slowpoke1
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Drill-through & Removing Filters

I'm struggling to get a drill-through action to work the way I want it to and I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions.

 

On my main page I have data in a table that looks something like the below:

 

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In a card visual, I have the measure SELECTEDVALUE(TABLE[ITEM CATEGORY])

 

The envisioned workflow is that a user clicks on a row in the table, the card populates with the item category, and the user can drill-through from the card to look at data aggregated at the category level.

 

What I'm have trouble with is removing all the filters that carry over from the drill-through. I tried creating new measures with CALCULATE(measure, REMOVEFILTERS(Sub-Category, Item Number)) and CALCULATE(measure, ALLEXCEPT(Item Category) but neither seems to work.

 

Appreciate any help on this.

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amitchandak
Super User
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@Slowpoke1 , on Drill through page you can turn off the keep all filters, and then what fields are added to drill through, will be passed to the page.

 

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Power BI Drill Through - More than one level: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCAAvpppQmk

@amitchandak - thanks but unfortunately keep all filters is greyed out for me as I am drilling through on summarized data (I believe that's why). 

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