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i820017
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Resolver II

Rolling Date Range With a Message

Hey Everybody,

 

I am trying to set up a rolling measure that says 'Less Than a Year', 1 to 5 Years', or 'Greater Than 5 Years' for data in the form mm/dd/yyyy. I have set up a calculated column to do so, but I would rather do it as a measure instead. The name of the column is 

'ops SurveyDetails'[Emp_HireDate].
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Thanks,

Dan

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The end goal is to have a column next to 'Emp_HireDate' column that says 'Less Than a Year', 1 to 5 Years', or 'Greater Than 5 Years' for each entry.

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parry2k
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@i820017 makes more sense, that's why I was not sure why you need a measure. glad it was already solved.

 

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parry2k
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@i820017 understood but from your post, it looks you have already solved it by adding a column, why you need a measure. Sorry it is not clear 



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You are right. I do not need to do this as a measure. Here is my DAX expression to create the column.

Emp_Hire_Date_Split2 = IF('ops SurveyDetails'[Emp_HireDate] > TODAY() - 365, "Less Than 1 Year",
IF('ops SurveyDetails'[Emp_HireDate] < TODAY() - 1825, "Greater Than 5 Years",
"1 to 5 Years"))
parry2k
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@i820017 expression you used in the column, change MAX ( table[hire date] ) in your expression and add it as a measure, not sure what your end goal is.

 

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The end goal is to have a column next to 'Emp_HireDate' column that says 'Less Than a Year', 1 to 5 Years', or 'Greater Than 5 Years' for each entry.

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