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How Convert this Sql to Dax

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Can you help me to convert this instruction to Dax

 

select count(distinct(CustomerCode)) from Tab1
where Fld1=@Var1 and CustomerCode not in(select distinct(CUSTOMER_NO) from Tab2 where Fld1=@Var1)

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@msit19 , Try like

meausre =
calculate(distinctcount(Tab1[CustomerCode]) , filter(Tab1, not( CustomerCode in values(Tab2[CUSTOMER_NO]))))

 

meausre =
calculate(distinctcount(Tab1[CustomerCode]) , filter(Tab1, not( CustomerCode in allselected(Tab2[CUSTOMER_NO]))))

 

Assuming Fld1 from both tables is joined to common dimension and that dimension is used as a slicer to filer values

 

Another option in place of in is treatas

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/treatas-function



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Super User IV

@msit19 , Try like

meausre =
calculate(distinctcount(Tab1[CustomerCode]) , filter(Tab1, not( CustomerCode in values(Tab2[CUSTOMER_NO]))))

 

meausre =
calculate(distinctcount(Tab1[CustomerCode]) , filter(Tab1, not( CustomerCode in allselected(Tab2[CUSTOMER_NO]))))

 

Assuming Fld1 from both tables is joined to common dimension and that dimension is used as a slicer to filer values

 

Another option in place of in is treatas

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/treatas-function



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thanks for your reply I don’t want to add a condition to the second table  How ?


select count(distinct(CustomerCode)) from Tab1 where Fld1=@Var1 and CustomerCode not in(select distinct(CUSTOMER_NO) from Tab2 where Fld1=2000)

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