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aws0698
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I can't get ALL() function to work, Help!

I've created a measure "RowCount" that I want to use as a denomintor in a calculation. I thought the ALL() function would ignore the filter for "Risk Level", but it's still showing the total by "Risk Level". Any ideas?  I also tried using CountRows() instead of Count(), but I'm still getting the same results.

 

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amitchandak
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@aws0698 , Try using

calculate(count(Table[Status]), filter(all(Table), Table[Status] in {"Open","Risk Extended", "Remidated - Review Pending" } ) )

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amitchandak
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@aws0698 , Try using

calculate(count(Table[Status]), filter(all(Table), Table[Status] in {"Open","Risk Extended", "Remidated - Review Pending" } ) )

Perfect, thank you so much! 

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