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BIanon
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Measure to sum everything with same id

Hello Comunity,

Sample data:

ProductIdTripValue
119
219
319
419
529
129
529
629
739
239
339


On a report page there is a slicer with "ProductId", if the user chooses ProductId 2 then I need to identify Trips that has this ProductId and sum the entire Trip value.

 

For ProductId 2 this would mean Trip number 1 and 3 meaning the sum total would be 63 (Trip 1 total + Trip 2 total).

Can this be done with DAX?

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@BIanon ,

Yes DAX can handle this.  I would handle like this.  Create 2 Calculated Columns:

 

Trip_Sum = CALCULATE( SUM(Products1[Value] ),
                  ALLEXCEPT( Products1, Products1[Trip] ))

ProductID_Sum = CALCULATE( SUM(Products1[Trip_Sum]),
                        ALLEXCEPT( Products1, Products1[ProductId] ))

 

ProductId Trip Value Trip_Sum ProductID_Sum
1 1 9 36 72
2 1 9 36 63
3 1 9 36 63
4 1 9 36 36
5 2 9 36 72
1 2 9 36 72
5 2 9 36 72
6 2 9 36 36
7 3 9 27 27
2 3 9 27 63
3 3 9 27 63

With more time, you can probably do this in one step, but this gives more visibility to your calculations.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Thank you for the reply.

Would I be able to solve this with a measure instead of a calculated col ?

@BIanon ,

Yes, I'm sure this can be done with a Measure.  However, variables and variable tables are not my strong suit.  Going to tag a couple of folks who I think may be able to solve this with a Measure.

@parry2k , @Jihwan_Kim - hope you might lend an assist here.

Thanks and Regards,

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