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Anonymous
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Select columns according to slicer value

Hi Team,

 

I have 2 tables 

EmployeeYear
Abc2020

 

EmployeeCountryTotalSales_ComplianceTotalSales_NonComplianceTotalSales_Compliance_YearTotalSales_NonCompliance_Year
AbcUS2000$1000$500$200$

 

In the Report, I have a Year Slicer and table visual which shows:

 

CountryCompliance SalesNon Compliance Sales
US  


Now, Whenever users selects 2020 from slicer it should show TotalSales_Compliance_Year and TotalSales_NonCompliance_Year. If user does not select anytihng then it should show me TotalSales_Compliance and TotalSales_NonCompliance in the above 2 columns. 

 

How can i acheive this in Dax ?

 

Thanks,

Shubham

 

 

 

 

 

 

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous try something like this:

 

Compliance Sales = 
IF ( HASONEFILTER ( Table[Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Compliance Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Compliance Total] )
)

Non Compliance Sales =
IF ( HASONEFILTER ( Table[Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Non Compliance Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Non Compliance Total] )
)

 

Change table and column name as per your model.

 

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Hi, @Anonymous 

Glad to hear that you have solved your problem, would you like to mark parry2k’s reply as a solution so that others can learn from it too?

Thanks in advance!

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous Yes, you can use any one of those. Good to hear it worked out.

 

Check my latest blog post Compare Budgeted Scenarios vs. Actuals I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make efforts to give Kudos to whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

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Subscribe to the @PowerBIHowTo YT channel for an upcoming video on List and Record functions in Power Query!!

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If my solution proved useful, I'd be delighted to receive Kudos. When you put effort into asking a question, it's equally thoughtful to acknowledge and give Kudos to the individual who helped you solve the problem. It's a small gesture that shows appreciation and encouragement! ❤


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Anonymous
Not applicable

Thanks. It worked with ISFiltered condition. 

parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous try something like this:

 

Compliance Sales = 
IF ( HASONEFILTER ( Table[Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Compliance Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Compliance Total] )
)

Non Compliance Sales =
IF ( HASONEFILTER ( Table[Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Non Compliance Year] ),
SUM ( Table2[Non Compliance Total] )
)

 

Change table and column name as per your model.

 

Check my latest blog post Compare Budgeted Scenarios vs. Actuals I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make efforts to give Kudos to whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

Visit us at https://perytus.com, your one-stop-shop for Power BI-related projects/training/consultancy.



Subscribe to the @PowerBIHowTo YT channel for an upcoming video on List and Record functions in Power Query!!

Learn Power BI and Fabric - subscribe to our YT channel - Click here: @PowerBIHowTo

If my solution proved useful, I'd be delighted to receive Kudos. When you put effort into asking a question, it's equally thoughtful to acknowledge and give Kudos to the individual who helped you solve the problem. It's a small gesture that shows appreciation and encouragement! ❤


Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution. Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
Feel free to email me with any of your BI needs.

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