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Helper III

## Need Month 1st date value in each row

Hi Expert

I need month 1st date value each day, for good understanding please see example below:

Date                Amount      1st Date Amount (required this)

01 Jan 2020    80,225           80,225

02 Jan 2020    80,400           80,225

03 Jan 2020    80,500           80,225

04 Jan 2020    80,800           80,225

04 Jan 2020    80,900           80,225

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Super User

Please try the below measure.

sales first day of month =
VAR currentyear =
YEAR ( MAX ( Sales[Date] ) )
VAR currentmonth =
MONTH ( MAX ( Sales[Date] ) )
VAR currentmonthfirstday =
DATE ( currentyear, currentmonth, 1 )
RETURN
CALCULATE ( Sales[sales], Sales[Date] = currentmonthfirstday )

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Super User

I am not sure how you changed the context, but if it is OK with you, please share your sample pbix file's link, then I can try to look into it to come up with a more accurate measure.

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Super User

Hi,

please share your sample pbix file's link, then I can try to look into it.

Thank you.

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Super User

Please try the below measure.

sales first day of month =
VAR currentyear =
YEAR ( MAX ( Sales[Date] ) )
VAR currentmonth =
MONTH ( MAX ( Sales[Date] ) )
VAR currentmonthfirstday =
DATE ( currentyear, currentmonth, 1 )
RETURN
CALCULATE ( Sales[sales], Sales[Date] = currentmonthfirstday )

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Helper III

Thanks, it worked, but it's not working when I turn the date in to Hierarchy

Super User

Hi,

I just posted a reply to your other post.

Please try the below.

sales first day of month =
VAR currentyear =
YEAR ( MAX ( Sales[Date] ) )
VAR currentmonth =
MONTH ( MAX ( Sales[Date] ) )
VAR currentmonthfirstday =
DATE ( currentyear, currentmonth, 1 )
RETURN
CALCULATE ( Sales[sales], filter (all (Sales), Sales[Date] = currentmonthfirstday ))

If you change the context from date to date-hierarchy, I think one more condition needs to be added to the measure.

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Helper III

Hi Kim

Thanks for the help, applied your suggested formula its working but not giving 1st day value

I used this

1st Day Billing = VAR currentyear =
YEAR ( MAX ( Billing[Date2] ) )
VAR currentmonth =
MONTH ( MAX ( Billing[Date2] ) )
VAR currentmonthfirstday =
DATE ( currentyear, currentmonth, 1 )
RETURN
CALCULATE ( Billing[Billing], filter (all (Billing), Billing[Date2] = currentmonthfirstday ))
Super User

Hi,

please share your sample pbix file's link, then I can try to look into it.

Thank you.

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Super User

I am not sure how you changed the context, but if it is OK with you, please share your sample pbix file's link, then I can try to look into it to come up with a more accurate measure.

Thank you.

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Super User

@shanipowerbi , with help from date table

calculate(sum(Table[Amount]), datesmtd(Date[Date]), filter(Date, Date[Date] = eomonth(Date[Date],0)+1))

or

calculate(sum(Table[Amount]), filter(allselected(Table), Table[Date] = eomonth(Table[Date],0)+1))

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