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Context problem (i guess)

Hi guys

 

im trying to count the products that represent the 80% percent of sales. I need my measure works outside of the report table as a kpi. In the next image you can understand better the situation.

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As you can see i got the cumulative sales an the percentage represented by every product. If you check the table, the first 16 products have the 80% of the sales. I made a measure "Number of Top 80% products", that already counts the products!, but when i use the measure as a kpi, outside of the report table (the little rectangle next to the big table) it doesnt work!!. I guess is a context problem but i havent find out the solution. i hope any of you guys could help me:

These are my measures (they are in spanish XD, sorry)

 

Cumulative sales by product

**bleep** totalArti = if(not(ISBLANK([Ventas Netas]));calculate([Ventas Netas];FILTER(all(ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo]);sum(FacturacionDetallada[Ventas Netas])<=[Ventas Netas])))

 

*[ventas netas] means [total sales]

*ListadoArticulos[Descripción Articulo] means Products table[Description]

 

Number of Top 80% products =
CALCULATE (
    DISTINCTCOUNT ( ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo] );
    FILTER (
        ALLSELECTED(ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo]  );
        [**bleep** totalArti] < [80%sales]
    )
)

 

80%sales = CALCULATE([Ventas Netas];ALLSELECTED(ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo]))*0,8

 

 

Thank for your time.

 

My best regards

 

Juan Diego

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Re: Context problem (i guess)

Hi @v-chuncz-msft

 

Thank you for your help. The problem was in the filter, the content is ok, i changed the measure for avoid the values equal to zero.

 

Number of Top 80% products =
CALCULATE (
    DISTINCTCOUNT ( ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo] );
    FILTER (
        ALLSELECTED(ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo]  );
        AND([**bleep** totalArti] < [80%sales],[**bleep** totalArti] >0),
    )
)

 

Again, thank you for your time.

 

regards

 

Juan Diego

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Re: Context problem (i guess)

@JdBernate,

 

Try using ALLSELECTED Function instead of ALL Function in the cumulative measure as well.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Re: Context problem (i guess)

Hi @v-chuncz-msft

 

Thank you for your help. The problem was in the filter, the content is ok, i changed the measure for avoid the values equal to zero.

 

Number of Top 80% products =
CALCULATE (
    DISTINCTCOUNT ( ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo] );
    FILTER (
        ALLSELECTED(ListadoArticulos[Descripcion Articulo]  );
        AND([**bleep** totalArti] < [80%sales],[**bleep** totalArti] >0),
    )
)

 

Again, thank you for your time.

 

regards

 

Juan Diego

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