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admin11
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How to combine 2 date expression into 1 ?

Hi All

 

My Date have 2 different expression :-

 

Expression 1 :-

DATE =
CALENDAR(Date(2003,01,01),date(2021,12,31))
 
Expression 2 :- 
DATE =
CALENDAR ( "2003,1,1", TODAY() )
 
May i know how to combine above 2 expression into ? Some thing look like below :-
 
DATE =
1=CALENDAR(Date(2003,01,01),date(2021,12,31))
2=CALENDAR ( "2003,1,1", TODAY() )
 
So that i can use Slicer to switch for expression 1 or 2
 
 
Paul 
 
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v-xiaotang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @admin11 

Just as amitchandak said, that's not available. But you can use measure to select any Calendar table you want, for example,

when you select Date1, then measure will do calculations by using table Date1, and if you select Date2, then the measure will do calculations by using table Date2.

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Measure = 
    var _Date= SELECTEDVALUE(Slicer[Column1])
    var _CalculationForDate1= CALCULATE(MAX(DATE1[Date]),ALL(DATE1))
    var _CalculationForDate2= CALCULATE(MAX(DATE2[Date]),ALL(DATE2))
return 
    IF(_Date="Date1",_CalculationForDate1,IF(_Date="Date2",_CalculationForDate2))

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Tang

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v-xiaotang
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @admin11 

Just as amitchandak said, that's not available. But you can use measure to select any Calendar table you want, for example,

when you select Date1, then measure will do calculations by using table Date1, and if you select Date2, then the measure will do calculations by using table Date2.

vxiaotang_0-1642670091808.pngvxiaotang_1-1642670115564.png

Measure = 
    var _Date= SELECTEDVALUE(Slicer[Column1])
    var _CalculationForDate1= CALCULATE(MAX(DATE1[Date]),ALL(DATE1))
    var _CalculationForDate2= CALCULATE(MAX(DATE2[Date]),ALL(DATE2))
return 
    IF(_Date="Date1",_CalculationForDate1,IF(_Date="Date2",_CalculationForDate2))

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Tang

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

@v-xiaotang 

 

Thank you very much , microsoft have many expert.

 

Paul

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@admin11 , I think you can not. You can add additional flag column

 

Addcolumns( CALENDAR ( Date(2003,01,01), TODAY() ) , "Flag", if([Date]>= Date(2003,01,01) && [Date]<= date(2021,12,31) , 1,0))

@amitchandak 

I get error msg below :-

The expression refers to multiple columns. Multiple columns cannot be converted to a scalar value.

 

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