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joshua1990
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Calculated Column with Max and Min Date for Fiscal Months

Hello everybody!

 

I am looking for a function (Dax) for a calculated column within my calendar table that shows me the Min and Max (Start and End Date) per Fiscal Month (Without any Power Query).

I have the following structure in my calendar table:

DateFiscal MonthFiscal YearMinMax
01.01.2019Dec201803.12.201801.01.2019
02.01.2019Jan201902.01.201903.02.2019
03.01.2019Jan201902.01.201903.02.2019
....Jan201902.01.201903.02.2019
03.02.2019Jan201902.01.201903.02.2019
04.02.2019Feb201904.02.201901.03.2019

 

How would you manage that?

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JarroVGIT
Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Something like this (assuming you have the first three columns):

MIN:

Min = 
VAR curFiscalMonth = DateTable[Fiscal Month]
VAR curFiscalYear = DateTable[Fiscal Year]
CALCULATE(MIN(DateTable[Date]), FILTER(ALL(DateTable), DateTable[Fiscal Month] = curFiscalMonth && DateTable[Fiscal Year] = curFiscalYear))

MAX:

Min = 
VAR curFiscalMonth = DateTable[Fiscal Month]
VAR curFiscalYear = DateTable[Fiscal Year]
CALCULATE(MAX(DateTable[Date]), FILTER(ALL(DateTable), DateTable[Fiscal Month] = curFiscalMonth && DateTable[Fiscal Year] = curFiscalYear))

 Let me know if this works!

 

Kind regards

Djerro123

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JarroVGIT
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Resident Rockstar

Something like this (assuming you have the first three columns):

MIN:

Min = 
VAR curFiscalMonth = DateTable[Fiscal Month]
VAR curFiscalYear = DateTable[Fiscal Year]
CALCULATE(MIN(DateTable[Date]), FILTER(ALL(DateTable), DateTable[Fiscal Month] = curFiscalMonth && DateTable[Fiscal Year] = curFiscalYear))

MAX:

Min = 
VAR curFiscalMonth = DateTable[Fiscal Month]
VAR curFiscalYear = DateTable[Fiscal Year]
CALCULATE(MAX(DateTable[Date]), FILTER(ALL(DateTable), DateTable[Fiscal Month] = curFiscalMonth && DateTable[Fiscal Year] = curFiscalYear))

 Let me know if this works!

 

Kind regards

Djerro123

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Anonymous
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@JarroVGIT 

 

Thanks a lot for this wonderful piece of Dax. It solves my Fiscal calendar problem which i was trying to achieve with granularity mentioned in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hilfglpKNRQ

 

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