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Hashiru
Helper I
Helper I

ADDCOLUMNMS

Hi all,

 

I have these Calculated Table DAX formulas

TrendMeasures1 =
ADDCOLUMNS('RMBTrendData1',
            "RMB Amount",
             CALCULATE(
                 SUM(Detail[Reimb. Amount]),
       ALL(Calendar), DATESINPERIOD(Calendar[Date],VALUES('First Date'[First Date])-1,-7,DAY)
            )
)
RMBTrendData1 is a table with one row and one column (Trend Point)
Result: TrendMeasures1 is a table with one row and two columns(Trend Point and RMB Amount)
 
TrendMeasures2 =
ADDCOLUMNS('RMBTrendData2',
            "RMB Amount",
             CALCULATE(
                 SUM(Detail[Reimb. Amount]),
       ALL(Calendar), DATESINPERIOD(Calendar[Date],VALUES('First Date'[First Date])-1,-14,DAY)
            )
 
RMBTrendData2 is a table with one row and one column (Trend Point)
Result: TrendMeasures2 is a table with one row and two columns(RMB Amount and Trend Point)

 

Because the Order of TrendMeasure1 and TrendMeasure2 are different, a Calculated Table that union the results of these measures produce undesirable result.

Trend = UNION(TrendMeasures1,TrendMeasures2)

Undesired Result:

TrendPoint  RMB Amount

1                            $14,000

$15,000              2

 

Desired Result:

TrendPoint   RMB Amount

1                              $14,000

2                              $15,000

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
SteveCampbell
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

Could you try:

 

Trend = 
UNION(
SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(TrendMeasures1[Trend Point],(TrendMeasures1[RMB Amount])
,
SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(TrendMeasures2[Trend Point],(TrendMeasures2[RMB Amount])
)

 

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SteveCampbell
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

Could you try:

 

Trend = 
UNION(
SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(TrendMeasures1[Trend Point],(TrendMeasures1[RMB Amount])
,
SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(TrendMeasures2[Trend Point],(TrendMeasures2[RMB Amount])
)

 

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Thanks SteveCampbell

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