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BI_Analyticz
Helper V
Helper V

Sales Order Summary - Created, Closed (Current + Old), Closed ( Current ) etc.,

Hi Team,

 

I have a data like below.

 

Order ID, Created Date, Closed Date

 

I was able to create a rolling view on Created, Closed and Backlogs using a calendar table...

  1. Orders Created Every Month
  2. Orders Closed Every Month (Includes Old Orders too)
  3. Pending Order at End of Month (Open Orders)

BI_Analyticz_0-1657650303181.png

 

Now I want to include two more columns like below which I have no clue or stuck clearly. (colored in red)

  1. Orders Created Every Month
  2. Orders Closed Every Month (Created Month/Year = Closed Month/Year)
  3. Orders Closed Every Month (Includes Old Orders too)
  4. Pending Order at End of Month (Open Orders but Created Date is current Month)
  5. Pending Order at End of Month (Open Orders)

Note: I want this as a Date Hierarchy Matrix table as shown in previous screenshot.

Please help ! Is this possible?

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v-jayw-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @BI_Analyticz ,

 

Have trouble to follow.

I can't combine your screenshot above with the needs you describe, so I can only show the approximate formula.

--Orders Closed Every Month (Created Month/Year = Closed Month/Year)

 

closed every month =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'table'[orderid] ),
    FILTER (
        'table',
        'table'[created_date].YEAR = 'table'[closed_date].YEAR
            && 'table'[created_date].QUARTER = 'table'[closed_date].QUARTER
            && 'table'[created_date].MONTH = 'table'[closed_date].MONTH
    )
)

--Pending Order at End of Month (Open Orders but Created Date is current Month)

pending order at end of month =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'table'[orderid] ),
    FILTER (
        ALLSELECTED ( 'table' ),
        'table'[created_date].YEAR = SELECTEDVALUE ( 'date'[date].YEAR )
            && 'table'[created_date].QUARTER = SELECTEDVALUE ( 'date'[date].QUARTER )
            && 'table'[created_date].MONTH = SELECTEDVALUE ( 'date'[date].MONTH )
            && 'table'[closed_date].YEAR <> SELECTEDVALUE ( 'date'[date].YEAR )
            && 'table'[closed_date].QUARTER <> SELECTEDVALUE ( 'date'[date].QUARTER )
            && 'table'[closed_date].MONTH <> SELECTEDVALUE ( 'date'[date].MONTH )
    )
)

 

Best Regards,

Jay

Community Support Team _ Jay
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@v-jayw-msft Do I have to use a separate calendar table? What kind of relationship to be used. Is it only one between CreatedDate and Calendar Date?

BI_Analyticz
Helper V
Helper V

Guys any suggesstions please

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