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I have a report where 1 measure gives me too long repsons time and I can not figure out who to do this better.
(result is correct)
I have 4 files CAP (fact) and SALES (fact) + date table + CUSTOMER table
CAP to date (many to one)
SALES to date (many to one)
CAP to CUSTOMER (many to one)
SALES to CUSTOMER (many to one)
NS : CALCULATE(SUM(SALES[netsales]))
Sales FY22 = CALCULATE([NS], FILTER(ALL('DATE'),'DATE'[Fiscal Year] = 2022))
SALES YTD = TOTALYTD(CALCULATE([NS]),'DATE'[DATE],"6-30")
#CAP = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('CAP'[CustomerID]),'CAP[ACTIVTY]>0)
#CAP active 2Y= calculate([#CAP], filter('CUSTOMER',[sales FY22]>1||[SALES YTD]>1))
Below last measure is the problem: (I want to find the YTD sales comming from "customers with CAP Active 2Y" )
Sales YTD from “#CAP Active 2Y” = calculate([sales YTD],FILTER('CUSTOMER',[ #CAP active 2Y]=1))
Anyone who has an idea how to do this better?
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@elseoutzen , Try like
SUmx(filter('CUSTOMER',[sales FY22]>1||[SALES YTD]>1),[#CAP])
SUmx(filter(values('CUSTOMER'[Customer]) ,[sales FY22]>1||[SALES YTD]>1),[#CAP])
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This works perfect, Thank you so much 🙂 very helpful
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