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Daily cumulate without date in the table

Hello,

 

Could you please help me to build the visualisation. I need my daily cumulate of sales and of budget on the same graph.

My problem is that i don't have date in my budget table.

I have DATEINT YYYMM type to link my DATES table, with SALES and BUDGET.

BUDGET has values by month, working days and Values per day = Month Value/working days

I have sales for random dates during the month.

Sales daily cumulate works well:

Sales: daily cumulate = CALCULATE(SUM(SALES_TOT[Value]),FILTER(ALLSELECTED(SALES_TOT),SALES_TOT[Date]<=MAX(SALES_TOT[Date])))
and my budget daily cumulate obviously doesn't work, because it doesn't have Dates, all I may get it's a flat line with the same ammount for each day (quick mesure with running total doesn't help)
 
Thank you for any advice.
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Anonymous
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FInaly solved:

 

per day running total in Date =
[Budget per day]*
CALCULATE(distinctcount(SALES_TOT[Date]),FILTER(ALLSELECTED(SALES_TOT),SALES_TOT[Date]<=MAX(SALES_TOT[Date])))

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Anonymous
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FInaly solved:

 

per day running total in Date =
[Budget per day]*
CALCULATE(distinctcount(SALES_TOT[Date]),FILTER(ALLSELECTED(SALES_TOT),SALES_TOT[Date]<=MAX(SALES_TOT[Date])))

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