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Create a separate table from another with unique values ​​and a total column


good morning, I hope you can help me, I want to create a table from another, what I want is for the new table to take the unique values ​​with the total amountCaptura de pantalla 2022-11-30 102616.pngCaptura de pantalla 2022-11-30 102644.png

 

These are the two columns in which I want to generate the new table with unique values

 

Captura de pantalla 2022-11-30 102846.png

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En ese caso usa el código DAX equivalente a:

Tabla cantidad por código =
ADDCOLUMNS (
    SUMMARIZE ( fTable, fTable[Código], fTable[Descripción] ),
    "Cantidad",
        CALCULATE (
            SUM ( fTable[Cantidad] ),
            FILTER ( fTable, fTable[Código] = EARLIER ( fTable[Código] ) )
        )
)

ftable.jpgnew.jpgresult.jpg

 

Pero si lo que necesitas es visualizar las cantidades, lo único que necesitas es crear una medida tipo :

Suma de Cantidad = SUM(fTable[Cantidad])

y creas un visual de tabla con los campos originales de código y descripción & la medida:

visual.jpg

 





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PaulDBrown
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Try this pattern:

 

Tabla cantidad por código =
ADDCOLUMNS (
    VALUES ( fTable[Código] ),
    "Cantidad",
        CALCULATE (
            SUM ( fTable[Cantidad] ),
            FILTER ( fTable, fTable[Código] = EARLIER ( fTable[Código] ) )
        )
)

 

ftable.jpgnew.jpgresult.jpg


However, is there a particular reason you  need to create these new physical tables? These sort of operations are normally done using measures in visuals





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@PaulDBrown Thank you very much seriously, the reason why I am discovering this table is because I want to know the total quantity of the product, in this almost the product is identified by a code.

 

In the case that you want to add a description, how can you add it?

 

Captura de pantalla 2022-11-30 113607.png

En ese caso usa el código DAX equivalente a:

Tabla cantidad por código =
ADDCOLUMNS (
    SUMMARIZE ( fTable, fTable[Código], fTable[Descripción] ),
    "Cantidad",
        CALCULATE (
            SUM ( fTable[Cantidad] ),
            FILTER ( fTable, fTable[Código] = EARLIER ( fTable[Código] ) )
        )
)

ftable.jpgnew.jpgresult.jpg

 

Pero si lo que necesitas es visualizar las cantidades, lo único que necesitas es crear una medida tipo :

Suma de Cantidad = SUM(fTable[Cantidad])

y creas un visual de tabla con los campos originales de código y descripción & la medida:

visual.jpg

 





Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

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