The measure works, but I've noticed a weird behaviour. Let's say that there is only one row in the table for the Business Division "Bikes". If I use the "Business division" slicer on the dashboard to select the division "Bikes", Power Bi will not only assign a value to the variable varBusinessDivision, but also automatically assign values to the 5 remaining variables (varCompany, varDepartment, varGender, varStartDate, varEndDate); even though I didn't make a selection with any of those 5 slicers. The only slicer I used was the one for Business Division.
I assume that Power BI does this because since there is only 1 row for the division "Bikes", after selecting "Bikes" there's only 1 option each for the remaining variables left.
Is there a way to stop this? I want that the variables only get a value assigned if a user makes a selection with the respective slicers (and not auto-completed as it is right now). If the user didn't use a slicer, the variable for that slicer should be BLANK, even if there's only 1 possible option for that variable.
I hope you could follow my explanation and that it wasn't too confusing. Any help would be really appreciated 🙂