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All() Causing Relationship Issue

I searched as much I could, and I could not find anyone with this same issue, so, if it has already been posted, I appologize. 


When I use ALL() in a measure, it causes the related data to repeat.


In the data, I have ID_DIVISION in a fact table, that is related to DC ID in a dimension table. The relationships are setup as many to one, with a single direction filter. 




When I create the below measure, everything lines up (left table in screenshot below)


Measure = CALCULATE(sum('F_Warehouse Trace LPH Lines'[Lines]))
But when I add ALL(), it is almost like it looses the relationship, and DC ID repeats over and over again (right table in screenshot below)
CALCULATE(sum('F_Warehouse Trace LPH Lines'[Lines]),all('F_Warehouse Trace LPH Lines'))
What am I missing, or doing wrong? All I am trying to do is get the total to show for all selected (I need the total to be dynamic based on the selected records.. I have tried ALLSELECTED, SUMX(ALL()), and almost every variation I could think of, but I must be missing something.


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Community Support
Community Support

@mmyers2 ,


To be general, you may modify your measure using DAX like pattern below:

Measure =
    SUM ( 'F_Warehouse Trace LPH Lines'[Lines] ),
    ALLSELECTED ( 'D_Organization' )

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.



Sorry, but that did not work. This is really driving me nuts since I want to use DC ID as a drill through, and also have other metrics on the same report page that crossfilter on DC ID.


The way this is interacting seems very odd to me.



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