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Attribute Function From Tableau to Power bi.

Hi Community, 

I have a scenario in which I am replecating ATTR() Function of Tableau into power bi. I am using this measure 




ATTR = VAR _dist = DISTINCTCOUNT('PAC Resanction Query'[Old PACs Filter])
IF(_dist > 1, "*", [_m_No. Of Resanctioned PACs])


And getting this below result that is fine. But the problem is I have 2 sub categories 0 and 1. and I just wanted 1's result. pic2.PNG
This is the 0 and 1. Where we have 2 values I need * but where 0 is single I dont need that value. If 1 is single I need that value.
PIC3.PNGI need this type of end result.

PIC1.PNGI shall be very thankfull for any help.


@Amit Chandak

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Could you please look into it.

HI @Usman6400,

You can take a look at the following blog to know how to use filters to check current row context levels, then you can use the if statement with conditions to check records count values and replace them with different results.

Clever Hierarchy Handling in DAX - SQLBI

If you are confused about the coding formula, please share some dummy data to test:

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