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Anonymous
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SQL to DAX

Hello everyone.

 

I need to extract the single value of a cell from a table and showcase it. My initial thoughts are to write a DAX query and assign it to a measure. 

 

However, I'm not sure of how to write the DAX query. The query in SQL will look like this - 

 

SELECT <COL1> FROM <TABLENAME> WHERE <COL2> = 'x' AND <COL3> = 'y' ;

 

Can someone help me convert this to DAX? 

 

Thanks in advance! 

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Vvelarde
Community Champion
Community Champion

Helllo @Anonymous

 

try with:

 

Measure= Calculate(Values(Table[Col1]),Filter(Table,Table[Col2]="x" && Table[Col3]="y"))




Lima - Peru

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Hi @Anonymous,

 

Have you tried the measure provided by Vvelarde? It should work.

 

In addition, just in case there may be multiple values returned with the condition of the filter, we can add FIRSTNONBLANK Function (DAX) within the measure in this scenario.Smiley Happy

Measure =
CALCULATE (
    FIRSTNONBLANK ( VALUES ( 'TableName'[Col1] ), 1 ),
    FILTER ( 'TableName', 'TableName'[Col2] = "x" && 'TableName'[Col3] = "y" )
)

Regards

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alanhodgson
Solution Supplier
Solution Supplier

Hello @Anonymous,

 

You can use the FILTER function to achieve this. See below:

 

EVALUATE
FILTER( VALUES('TableName'[Col1], AND('TableName'[Col2] = "x", 'TableName'[Col3] = "y" ))

 Hope this helps,

 

Alan

Anonymous
Not applicable

Alan, can I assign this to a measure? 

Hi @Anonymous,

 

Have you tried the measure provided by Vvelarde? It should work.

 

In addition, just in case there may be multiple values returned with the condition of the filter, we can add FIRSTNONBLANK Function (DAX) within the measure in this scenario.Smiley Happy

Measure =
CALCULATE (
    FIRSTNONBLANK ( VALUES ( 'TableName'[Col1] ), 1 ),
    FILTER ( 'TableName', 'TableName'[Col2] = "x" && 'TableName'[Col3] = "y" )
)

Regards

Vvelarde
Community Champion
Community Champion

Helllo @Anonymous

 

try with:

 

Measure= Calculate(Values(Table[Col1]),Filter(Table,Table[Col2]="x" && Table[Col3]="y"))




Lima - Peru

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