I do not get this to work.
I have created a hiearchy where the top level shows SALES, COGS, PERSONNEL COSTS, OTHER EXTERNAL COSTS.
If you drill down, you can see all the accountnumbers tied to these classificaitons.
I am trying to create a DAX calculation which shows the % of Sales.
"% of Sales = SUM(Table1[Sales]) / CALCULATE(SUM(Table1[Sales]); Table1[Type] = "SALES")"
However, this works when looking at the top level, but when drilling down it no longer works.
Go to Solution.
Putting the SUM in the values area, and "Show as percent of" grand total works. But I want to "show percent of" Sales which is the top row called "1. Intäkter".
So I put SUM in the values field and then I choose "show percent" of "1. Intäkter" a.k.a Sales.
This works until you want to drill down in the pivot table :/Thanks for trying to help!
I would try just a simple SUM and then in the values area click the drop down on the field and choose "Show as" | "Percent of grand total". Otherwise, I would try:
% of Sales = SUM(Table1[Sales]) / CALCULATE(SUM(Table1[Sales]); ALLEXCEPT(Table1,[Type]))
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