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Summarize values from multiple FACT tables

Hi together,

 

I have the following data-model with a DIM-Table and different FACT-Tables.

I would like to have one stacked column chart with the value from DIMValueType on the X-axis and the different values from the FACT-Tables on the Y-axis. Unfortunately I can't stack this multiple values, it's only possible with one value.

My idea is to combine all the values from the different FACT-Tables to get one value.

Is there a way to do it with a measure or whatever?

Thank you and regards,

Andreas

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mariussve1
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Hi,

 

Yes, you can make one measure for each fact table.

 

measure1= sum(table[column])

measure2 = sum(table[column])

measure3 = sum(table[column])

 

Total measure = [measure1] + [measure2] + [measure3]

Br

Marius

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mariussve1
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Solution Supplier

Hi,

 

Yes, you can make one measure for each fact table.

 

measure1= sum(table[column])

measure2 = sum(table[column])

measure3 = sum(table[column])

 

Total measure = [measure1] + [measure2] + [measure3]

Br

Marius

Hi @mariussve1 ,

Wow, I didn't think that it is that simple 😉

Thank you very much!

Best regards,

Andreas

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