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## Multiple filters with CALCULATE (COUNTROWS(FILTER (VALUES

I'm trying to find a way to show where I have SKUs with sales but no forecast and also SKUs with forecast but no sales, for any given product.  This way it alerts me if I have forecast on the wrong SKUs.   For example, where I am forecasting on SKU A but I am actually selling on SKU B.

I've broken it into steps:

1: count number of SKUs with sales in last 3 months but no forecast

2. count numbers of SKUs with forecast in next 3 months but no sales

3. if both above steps are >0, display product in table

This is the formula I have started withn for step 1.  It shows SKUs with sales > 5 in last 5 months - but how do I add the filter to ensure it also excludes SKUs with forecast?

``````No. SKUs Sales = CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS(
FILTER (
VALUES ( 'Fact APO'[L8 SKU] ),
CALCULATE (
SUM ( 'Fact APO'[Billed Sales EU] )
) > 5
)
),
DimDate[Rolling12] = "Last 3 Months"
)``````

The second formula shows SKUs with forecast >5 in next 3 months.  But how do I exclude thse which also have sales?

``````No. SKUs Fcst = CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS(
FILTER (
VALUES ( 'Fact APO'[L8 SKU] ),
CALCULATE (
SUM ( 'Fact APO'[FTBP EU] )
) > 5
)
),
DimDate[Rolling12] = "Next 3 Months"
)``````

Essentially, I'm having issues putting the two formulas together.

Thanks for the help

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Super User

@dapperscavenger Perhaps:

``````No SKUs Sales and Fcst =
VAR __Table = SUMMARIZE('Fact APO',[L8 SKU],"__BilledSalesEU",SUM('Fact APO'[Billed Sales EU]),"__FTBPEU",SUM('Fact APO'[FTBP EU]))
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER(__Table,[__BilledSalesEU] > 5 && [__FTBPEU] > 5))``````

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Hi @dapperscavenger,

Can you provide your data structure and sample data?
That would make the issue clear.

Best Regards,

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Super User

@dapperscavenger Perhaps:

``````No SKUs Sales and Fcst =
VAR __Table = SUMMARIZE('Fact APO',[L8 SKU],"__BilledSalesEU",SUM('Fact APO'[Billed Sales EU]),"__FTBPEU",SUM('Fact APO'[FTBP EU]))
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER(__Table,[__BilledSalesEU] > 5 && [__FTBPEU] > 5))``````

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Helper V

Thank you!  I was able to use a variation of this to get the outcome I needed 🙂