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FredLEGUEN
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How to filter a chart on the last day of the previous month

Good morning all,

 

I'm working on an existing Power BI report where the source is the result of a complex SQL query. The problem is not to build a real Power BI report (Power Query, measures, Data Model) but to return the same results as the previous version.

For all the tables / card and so on, no problem, the result is similar between both techniques but not for some line charts.

 

For instance, the old chart doesn't display the values for the current month (the blue-light line) but with my chart, I see the values for September (and that's not good)
Screenshot Correct Situation.pngScreenshot My solution.png

 

Both chart have the same filter and the source for the 2 charts have data for September

Screenshot Filter.png

 

Do you know what I should do to not represent the data of the current month in my chart?

 

Thnaks

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parry2k
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Super User

@FredLEGUEN now I see the issue, it means you will have two relationships with the fact table and I believe there is an inactive relationship with skClearedDate, create athe  new measure using following and then use it in the visual and use date from date dimension for relative filtering

 

Clear Date Measure = 
CALCULATE ( 
   <<measure you want to use>>,
   USERELATIONSHIP ( FactTable[skClearDate], DateDimenstion[Date] )
)

 

 

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parry2k
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@FredLEGUEN now I see the issue, it means you will have two relationships with the fact table and I believe there is an inactive relationship with skClearedDate, create athe  new measure using following and then use it in the visual and use date from date dimension for relative filtering

 

Clear Date Measure = 
CALCULATE ( 
   <<measure you want to use>>,
   USERELATIONSHIP ( FactTable[skClearDate], DateDimenstion[Date] )
)

 

 

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That's it.

The problem was the relationship between my tables

Thanks @parry2k for your help

parry2k
Super User
Super User

@FredLEGUEN what do you see in the date range?

 

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@parry2k ,

The relationship between my timetable and my fact table is on the Due Date. But for this chart, the relationship should be with the skClearedDate

parry2k
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@FredLEGUEN and also can you make sure the column on the x-axis is used from the correct table. 

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parry2k
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@FredLEGUEN what do you see the date range on the filter where you see the current month data?

 

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Hi @parry2k ,
Can you rephrase your question, I don't understand what I have to check
Otherwise my date on my X-axis is correct considering my data model

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