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Helper I
Helper I

Lookup measure from table to another table

Hello Community, 


How can i get a mesaure from table to another table.

- This my measure [MR/365]:  
















- This my first Table "Output_Maturite"


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- This the new table "Maturite Modifier" i have created to get other fields: 


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Now the probleme is when i get the measure [MR/365] from "Output_Maturite" to "Maturite Modifier" table is always gave me '1' for all columns. 


This is [MR/365]: 


MR/365 = IF( [Maturité Résiduelle] / 365 <1,1,[Maturité Résiduelle] / 365) 


This is Maturité Résiduelle:


Maturité Résiduelle= DATEDIFF(SELECTCOLUMNS(TC,"xx",SELECTEDVALUE(TC[Situation])),SELECTCOLUMNS(Output,"s",Output[Maturite]) ,DAY)



Here a simplified file to understand more the issue.



Super User
Super User

@DYY94 , A calculated table can not take slicer values, which means the calculation would be static and some measure calculations may not work as expected

Hi @amitchandak , 


Thanks for your reply ! 


do you have any other idea to do that ? i'm really stuck 




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