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KIT_LKN
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Matrix total is wrong - SUMX doesn't work

Have written a dax, and put it in to my matrix. All values are correct, marked with blue V in picture below.

But the Total, marked out with red, is clearly not correct. Have tried SUMX and VALUES, but it still isn't correct.

 

Totals driving Me Mad = 
IF(
CALCULATE(
    SUM(Table1[ValuesColumn201]),
    FILTER(
        Table1,
        Table1[ValuesColumn201] = 1)), 

    SUMX 
    (Table1, 
     Table1[ValuesColumn300] *0.85/100 +
    (Table1[ValuesColumn301] *22/100) ) *0.2, 0)

DaxDrivingMeMad.PNG

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Thanks for responding to my question. 

I'm using a company data model, and I'm not allowed to add as much detailed information as I want to. That's what that black paint all about.

 

Meanwhile I've figured out, as you have ponted out, that the error is in the "IF"-bit. I've removed that part from the measure, and added it to a separate column. And I've also added a return statement for what will happen when the value is not 1 (, blank()). And now, when I combine this, the total is correct. 😊 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@KIT_LKN , If the condition is not correct or incomplete. With current information not able to suggest new one

 

The information you have provided is not making the problem clear to me. Can you please explain with an example.

Appreciate your Kudos.

Thanks for responding to my question. 

I'm using a company data model, and I'm not allowed to add as much detailed information as I want to. That's what that black paint all about.

 

Meanwhile I've figured out, as you have ponted out, that the error is in the "IF"-bit. I've removed that part from the measure, and added it to a separate column. And I've also added a return statement for what will happen when the value is not 1 (, blank()). And now, when I combine this, the total is correct. 😊 

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