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Syndicate_Admin
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Problem with formulating dates and holidays

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Hello

I have a date dimension that is related to the budget.

I have another dimension holidays with day of the year granularity, delegation and indicates if that day is a working day.

I have a budget fact table that by delegation points to the first day of each month and assigns it a monthly budget.

I'm generating a measure so that every time I select a date from the "date" dimension, it calculates what the daily budget is, taking into account the working days of the month. Example: If February has 22 working days we divide the total budget and each day has to budget/22 to achieve the goal

I have commented on a part of the code that is the one that does not "pay attention" to me. Any help?




Bad Daily Goal =

Divide(

Calculate('PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily'[PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily' [PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily],

filter(ALL('Date'),

'Date'[Month] = month(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) &&

'Date'[Year] = year(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue]))

)

/*,

Filter('Holiday Delegations',

'Holiday Delegations'[pkDayKey] = selectedvalue('Date'[DateValue]) &

'Holiday Delegations'[pkCodDelegation] = SELECTEDVALUE('Delegations All'[pkCodDelegation]) &

'Holiday Delegations'[Es_Laborable] = "S"



) */

) ,

Calculate([Total Business Days Daily Sales - All],

Filter(ALL('Date'),

'Date'[Month] = month(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) &&

'Date'[Year] = year(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue]))

)

)

,0)
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Hello

The problem was that a relationship was missing from the model.

The formula was correct.

Thank you for your help.

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TDK
Frequent Visitor

Hi,

So ALL can do some strange things, I would suggest first splitting up your formula into different measures first to first try and identify what is going wrong, as my guess is the ALL is causing it to ignore your second commented out filter, I would also try the following:

 

 

Bad Daily Goal =

Divide(
            SUMX(filter(ALL('Date'),
                    'Date'[Month] = month(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) &&
                    'Date'[Year] = year(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) 
                    ),
                    Calculate('PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily'[PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily],
                                Filter('Holiday Delegations', 
                                        'Holiday Delegations'[pkDayKey] = selectedvalue('Date'[DateValue]) &
                                        'Holiday Delegations'[pkCodDelegation] = SELECTEDVALUE('Delegations All'[pkCodDelegation]) &
                                        'Holiday Delegations'[Es_Laborable] = "S"     
                                        )
                            )
                ) ,
        Calculate([Total Business Days Daily Sales - All],
                    Filter(ALL('Date'),
                    'Date'[Month] = month(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) &&
                    'Date'[Year] = year(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) 
                         )   
                )
                ,0)

 

 


It may also help just filtering to the holidays before anything else
or lastly you can also try ALLEXCEPT (less likely to work as I do not know the table relationships):

 

 

Bad Daily Goal =

Divide(
        Calculate('PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily'[PresupuestoVentas_All_SoloDaily],
                    filter(ALLEXCEPT('Date','Holiday Delegations'[pkDayKey],'Holiday Delegations'[pkCodDelegation],'Holiday Delegations'[Es_Laborable]),
                    'Date'[Month] = month(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) &&
                    'Date'[Year] = year(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) 
                    ),
                    Filter('Holiday Delegations', 
                            'Holiday Delegations'[pkDayKey] = selectedvalue('Date'[DateValue]) &
                            'Holiday Delegations'[pkCodDelegation] = SELECTEDVALUE('Delegations All'[pkCodDelegation]) &
                            'Holiday Delegations'[Es_Laborable] = "S"     
                            )
                ),
        Calculate([Total Business Days Daily Sales - All],
                    Filter(ALL('Date'),
                    'Date'[Month] = month(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) &&
                    'Date'[Year] = year(SELECTEDVALUE('Date'[DateValue])) 
                         )   
                )
                ,0)

 

 



Hello

The problem was that a relationship was missing from the model.

The formula was correct.

Thank you for your help.

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