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Range of Values in SSAS Tabular model

Hi Friends,

 

Range of values in SSAS tabular model.
i have table name 'Total' and column is [DiffDays] and values in column are like, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500. when i am writing same if statement in SSAS tabular model it's not supporting. Need help.

below query working in Power bi but not supporting in SSAS tabular model, need help on same below requirement which works in SSAS cube.
Range = if(total[DiffDays]<=100,"0-100",if(AND(total[DiffDays]>100,total[DiffDays]<=300),"101-300",if(AND(total[DiffDays]>300,total[DiffDays]<=500),"301-500","501-above")))

 

Thanks SKM

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Anonymous
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@Anonymous Are you trying to create a measure or calculated column in SSAS. If you trying to create a calculated column then it will work and i case you are trying to create a measure you need to wrap the column into aggregate function depends on your requirement
Something like this

 

Range = 
VAR _datediff = MAX('total'[DiffDay])
RETURN
SWITCH(TRUE()
                ,_datediff<=100,"0-100"
                ,AND(_datediff>100,_datediff<=300),"101-300"
                ,AND(_datediff>300,_datediff<=500),"301-500"
               ,"501-above")

 

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Anonymous
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@Anonymous What is the error message that you are getting?
Please check the data type of DiffDays it should be whole number. You can try a switch statement as well

Range = SWITCH(TRUE()
                ,total[DiffDays]<=100,"0-100"
                ,AND(total[DiffDays]>100,total[DiffDays]<=300),"101-300"
                ,AND(total[DiffDays]>300,total[DiffDays]<=500),"301-500"
               ,"501-above")
Anonymous
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@Anonymous 

 

Thanks a lot, great help!!! 🙂

 

solution working as expected.

Anonymous
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@Anonymous 

 

need one more help, i was beginner and not able to write complex, below is the requirement.

 

table[month] values: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12.

in below query no other column mention on filter on month.

3MonthsDiffrnce = If(Login[month]>0 && Login[month]<4)

6MonthsDiffrnce = If(Login[month]>3 && Login[month]<7)

output: 1,2,3 

output: 4,5,6.

 

would you please help.

 

Anonymous
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@Anonymous Can you please explain in more detail. May be you can share some sample data with expected outcome. do you need a calculated column or measure

 

Anonymous
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Apologies for half cooked information.

 

below is the table and data.

date_timeDateDiff_DayDateDiff_Month
9/4/19 11:51862
1/19/19 18:1331410
1/21/19 9:0431210
12/13/18 17:2935111
3/25/19 15:172498
4/1/19 18:042427
2/8/19 8:502949
2/19/19 13:202839
12/18/18 10:5134611
3/19/19 19:082558

i want to write new measure based on datediff_month column to divide data into 4 parts as below

3months, 6months, 12month and 1 year

3months: 1,2,3

6months: 4,5,6

12months: 7,8,9,10,11,12.

1year: 1,2,3,4,5,6.....11,12.

 

for that i am writing measure as below.

3MonthsDiffrnce = If(LastLogin[Diffrnce]>0 && LastLogin[Diffrnce]<4).

 

this i am implementing in SSAS tabular cube. if possible please suggest anyother method to implement.

would you please help.

 

 

Anonymous
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@Anonymous 

 

Thanks a lot for support. 

 

column date type is whole number, and i am using direct column from table.

in Switch statement, Value is considered as Calculated column or measure, it is not accepting direct column. 

would you please help in another way.

Error: not showing column name when i am writing switch DAX. it is showing measure names

Anonymous
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@Anonymous Are you trying to create a measure or calculated column in SSAS. If you trying to create a calculated column then it will work and i case you are trying to create a measure you need to wrap the column into aggregate function depends on your requirement
Something like this

 

Range = 
VAR _datediff = MAX('total'[DiffDay])
RETURN
SWITCH(TRUE()
                ,_datediff<=100,"0-100"
                ,AND(_datediff>100,_datediff<=300),"101-300"
                ,AND(_datediff>300,_datediff<=500),"301-500"
               ,"501-above")

 

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