Hey, I need some help writing a DAX measure for a calculation.
I need to divide the net sales of any location (loc. code) for a specific Sap Group, by the sum of net sales in that Sap Group.
I have used the following measure but the problem is that it divides the net sales cell value by the net sales total value.
Net Sales SoB =
DIVIDE(SUM(sales[NET_SALES]), CALCULATE(SUM(sales[NET_SALES]), ALLSELECTED()))
eg, for loc. code 100 and Sap Group 50-55, I want the net sales sob % to be 1.002.443,45 / 1.339.124,22 = ~75%
Go to Solution.
No special measure was required.
All I had to do was to change the following option from the field tab.
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I beleive you can change where it says ALLSELECTED to REMOVEFILTERS()
A lot of times I have a simple measure for sales like Sales Amount = SUM(Sales[Net Sales]) first then use
CALCULATE([Sales Amount], REMOVEFILTERS(Location[Code])))
another way can be:
DIVIDE(SUMX( Sales,[Net Sales), SUMX(ALLSELECTED(Sales), [Net Sales]))
Thanks for that but the result is not correct yet.
I need to divide column cell value by column total.
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