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Calculate the percentage of the total with respect to a row

Dear any idea how to solve the following:

I need the value of the row SALE OF SERVICES (VENTA DE SERVICIOS) to be repeated in the whole column (Sale only balance), as you will see, try to do it using the calculation using the filter, since I am interested in knowing only that value, but it is not repeated. I need it to repeat like that, in order to calculate the% of Sale column, and as you can see, they only calculate me from the first row. The final idea is that each row represents a% of the total of the concept SALE OF SERVICES

 

(*)Taking into account that to calculate the column: YTD balance (Saldo YTD) I am using the function TOTALYTD (EERR_AnualGT [SumSaldo], Calendar [Date])

FiltroVenta.pngModeloDatos.JPG

 

 

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It feels like the Concepto column is sorted by another column, though I don't know what that column is.

Let's assume it's IdConcepto. Add REMOVEFILTERS(EERR_AnualGT[IdConcepto]) to your formula as a CALCULATE modifier.

If you're interested to know what is happening, see Side effects of the Sort By Column setting in DAX.

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Kudo Kingpin
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It feels like the Concepto column is sorted by another column, though I don't know what that column is.

Let's assume it's IdConcepto. Add REMOVEFILTERS(EERR_AnualGT[IdConcepto]) to your formula as a CALCULATE modifier.

If you're interested to know what is happening, see Side effects of the Sort By Column setting in DAX.

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Super User II
Super User II

I believe all you need to do is add an ALL('EERR_AnualGT') on the yellow mark:

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Thank you @tex628 ,

Thanks, applying the recommended solution I have all the rows but not for the correct value, in the image I pose what I need to obtain

FiltroVenta_2.png

Hi @Pvargash ,

 

And you should use ALLSELECTED instead of all in your formula.

 

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

 

Best Regards,

Dedmon Dai

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