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Hi,

I have this matrix with the following measures:

[Real 1]:

Real 1 =
var Y = SELECTEDVALUE('Calendário'[Ano])
var M = SELECTEDVALUE('Calendário'[Mês_ID])
VAR RY = CALCULATE( SUM('BALANCETES'[Valor]), 'Calendário'[Data] = DATE(Y, M, 1))

return RY

%GT Real 1 is:

And i'm having some trouble replicating it. I want it to be a measure to i can use for other calculations. I tried with these measures:

TESTE 3 = CALCULATE(SUM(BALANCETES[Valor]), ALLSELECTED('Áreas'[Área]))

% Total teste = DIVIDE('Cálculos Matriz DR'[Real 1],[TESTE 3],0 )

It works but when i drill down the matrix it isn't correct:

Basically what im trying to achieve is that [TESTE 3] is 12293740.57 in every single line.

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Community Support

HI @Gonqq,

According to the description, it seems like a common measure total level calculation requirement. If that is the case, you can take a look at Greg's blog about handle measure total level calculations:

Measure Totals, The Final Word

If the above does not help, can you please share more detailed information to help us clarify your scenario to test?

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Super User

Hi @Gonqq ,

Without any further background or data is difficult to give you a correct answer but to have the calculation done has you need I believe you are missing one level of the aggregation on your formula, You need to place also the second level of your matrix in the measure, not only the top one.

Has you show on the image all the lines of totals are giving you the same value that means that the aggreegation is working properly, but when you go to the second level that is not true because your aggregation is only at first level.

Regards

Miguel Félix

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