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Hussard
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summurize or groupby function ?

Hi,

 

Sorry for this question, but I tried to create a new table with Dax functions but it failed. i tried with summurize function but it doesn't work...

 

Could you help me to translate this SQL statement to a dax function ?

 

select max(connectiondate), UserLogin, applicationname, applicationversion,COUNT(*)
from LogTable
group by UserLogin, applicationname, applicationversion

 

Thanks a lot

 

Sébastien

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nickchobotar
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@Hussard

 

EVALUATE
ADDCOLUMNS(
	SUMMARIZE(
	 TalbeName,
	 TalbeName[UserLogin],
	 TalbeName[applicationname],
	 TalbeName[applicationversion]
	 ),
"MaxConDate", CALCULATE(MAX(TalbeName[connectiondate])),
"Rows", 1
)

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nickchobotar
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@Hussard

 

EVALUATE
ADDCOLUMNS(
	SUMMARIZE(
	 TalbeName,
	 TalbeName[UserLogin],
	 TalbeName[applicationname],
	 TalbeName[applicationversion]
	 ),
"MaxConDate", CALCULATE(MAX(TalbeName[connectiondate])),
"Rows", 1
)

Hi,

 

Thanks a lot !! I learned one other thing 🙂

 

Regards

 

Sébastien

v-chuncz-msft
Community Support
Community Support

@Hussard,

 

You may refer to the article below.

https://www.sqlbi.com/articles/from-sql-to-dax-grouping-data/

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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