The two measures are working just fine, except the fact that "Measure 2" calculates the totals in a different manner than "Measure 1" does: In "Measure 2" the totals become way too large, as if the SUMX()-part has "forgotten" in which context it is.
I sincerely hope that somebody can tell me what I did wrong 🙂
sumx() Sometimes you write vs two measures and the result of merging one measure is different, mainly due to context, which is normal, you can use the formula that meets your needs. Secondly, if it doesn't solve your problem, can you share the data and hope to output the results? I can't reproduce your formula above.
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I have to use my "Measure 2", and am trying to figure out how to get the SUMX()-part of the code to act as expected (as in my simpler "Measure 1"). I understand that it's probably not easy to answer as I can't (at the moment) post my data 😞
Is it possible that the approach by declaring variables (as in "Measure 2") affects the SUMX-calculation (as compared to just referering to tables in my data, as in "Measure 1")?