Thank you for guiding me in right direction. I do, indeed, believe that the solution you are referring to is highly relevant for my request. However, I think that I am using an incorrect DAX syntax when I try to add to the existing Query underlying the data a filter(value(…) that should include both values and (null) values in the report.
I was therefore hoping that a stylized data example mimicking the actual data (the actual data is confidential) would make it easier for you to further elaborate on how to correctly incorporate the filter(value(…) formulas into the query.
So, the following DAX formula in the query designer:
EVALUATE SUMMARIZECOLUMNS('CALENDAR'[DATEFULL], FILTER(VALUES('RESULTS'[TEAM]), ('RESULTS'[TEAM] = "TEAM A") || ('RESULTS'[TEAM] = "TEAM B"), FILTER(VALUES('RESULTS'[AGE]), ('RESULTS'[AGE] = "CHILD") ||('RESULTS'[AGE] = "TEEN") || ('RESULTS'[AGE] = "ADULT"), "TODAY", [TODAY], "YESTERDAY", [YESTERDAY], "NUMBER", [NUMBER]),
yields the following data,
The current report does not include the (null) values for “TEEN” in TEAM A and TEAM B. I want TEEN in TEAM A and TEAM B to be represented in the report, but with blank/empty cells.
Than you in advance,