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## Variation in revenue in the same period last year

Hey guys

I have a problem using SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR to calculate the billing variation per month. The current month is not complete but the formula is considering the current month of last year as complete and the variation is wrong

The page has a relative date filter like this year

When I put a filter between dates, for example 01/01/2023 to 09/19/2023, the billing variation is correct

My dCalendar table looks like this -> dCalendar = CALENDAR(DATE(2011,01,01),TODAY())

Measures:

Billing = SUM(SALES[VALUE])

Billing LY = CALCULATE(SALES[VALUE], SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR(dCalendar.[Date]))

Has anyone experienced this?

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Hey guys

I broke my brain and found a solution lol
Created a new date table with the full period | calendario= date(2011,01,01),date(2100,12,31)) and connected the sales base after this, connected the old date table (dCalendar) with the new date table (calendario) and I'm using it as an automatic filter For dates

New Member

Hey guys

I broke my brain and found a solution lol
Created a new date table with the full period | calendario= date(2011,01,01),date(2100,12,31)) and connected the sales base after this, connected the old date table (dCalendar) with the new date table (calendario) and I'm using it as an automatic filter For dates

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