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## sum of quantity of alternate part numbers

Hi experts!

table A

 Part nr Alternate Part nr A B

Table B

 P/N q-ty A 1 B 2

What is the formula for:

q-ty of any given P/N= q-ty of P/N + q-ty of its Alternate P/N

result:

Q-ty of P/N A= 3

Q-ty of P/N B= 3

many thanks

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Super User

@aris  the correct answer is 3 and 2 as B does not have an alternate part no. in table1

use this measure

Measure =
SUM ( t2[q-ty] )
+ CALCULATE (
SUM ( t2[q-ty] ),
TREATAS ( { MAX ( t1[Alternate Part nr] ) }, t2[P/N] )
)
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@aris create relation of both the columns from table a to table b, one relationship will be active and other one will be inactive, add following measures:

Part No Qty = SUM ( TableB[Qty] ) //assuming active relationship is on part number

Alternate Part No Qty =
CALCULATE ( [Part No Qty], USERELATIONSHIP ( TableA[Alternate Part No], TableB[P/N] ) )

Final Output = [Part No Qty] + [Alternate Part No Qty]

You can put all above in one measure if you want, change table and column name as per your data model.

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thank you! will test it 🙂 🙂

Super User

@aris  the correct answer is 3 and 2 as B does not have an alternate part no. in table1

use this measure

Measure =
SUM ( t2[q-ty] )
+ CALCULATE (
SUM ( t2[q-ty] ),
TREATAS ( { MAX ( t1[Alternate Part nr] ) }, t2[P/N] )
)
Proud to be a Super User!
My custom visualization projects
Plotting Live Sound: Viz1
Beautiful News:Viz1, Viz2, Viz3
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Frequent Visitor

many thanks! will test it 🙂

yes you are right, P/N B will also be listed assuming two way interchangeable

Super User

@aris  once you add that row for "B" in t1, it will give you what you had in mind

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