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ADSL
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Merging columns and Distinct count with condition

Hi BI Community Team,

 

I have a table below and want to merging the column of [CUST_CODE] & [SALESREP_CODE] together and then using "distinct count" to count. For "distinct count", some conditions are not included: 

 

1. Value "A" of [VISIT_IND]

 

2. Value "99999" of [CUST_CODE]

 

2023-06-08_21-03-28.png

 

Any suggestion/advise?

 

Thanks and Regards,

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
aaitelkadi
Frequent Visitor

Distinct Count =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT([CUST_CODE] & [SALESREP_CODE]),
FILTER(
Table1,
Table1[VISIT_IND] <> "A" && Table1[CUST_CODE] <> "99999"
)
)

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aaitelkadi
Frequent Visitor

Distinct Count =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT([CUST_CODE] & [SALESREP_CODE]),
FILTER(
Table1,
Table1[VISIT_IND] <> "A" && Table1[CUST_CODE] <> "99999"
)
)

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