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szucsandras37
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SUMX and ROUNDUP

Hey all,

 

I have a company live BI dataset I'm connected to, so using measures is the only option to calculate what I want.

 

Simple dataset example:

orderamountrounded value

1

1,22
20,91
34,25
TOTAL6,3should be 8 (total of the column) but insted it rounds the 6,3 -> 7

 

The formula I use, which helped others in the forum

ordered = CALCULATE( SUMX( 'Sales Orders Measures', roundup([Amount],0) ) )
 
Has anyone else met this before, and has some suggestion?
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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @szucsandras37 

please try

ordered = SUMX( VALUES('Sales'[Order]), roundup([Amount],0) )

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johnt75
Super User
Super User

I've used the same measure against that data and it gives 8 as the total.

Is the 'Sales Orders Measures' table the table which includes the order number? Is [Amount] a column or a measure ?

I've used 

ordered = CALCULATE( SUMX('Table2', ROUNDUP( 'Table2'[amount],0)))

where Table2 contains the data and it is performing the ROUNDUP against a column, not a measure.

Nope. 'Sales Orders Measures' has the amount, and Sales has the order number.

tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @szucsandras37 

please try

ordered = SUMX( VALUES('Sales'[Order]), roundup([Amount],0) )

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