I have a table with a column of UserIDs that only appear once each of which has a ManagerID as well as a value of Total # of Assets. I want to for each UserID add their Total # of Assets with the Total # of Assets if they match with a ManagerID.
For example, UserID UDONEUM has 2 total assets right now but he is JOSWART's manager which he has 1154 assets. Therefore, UDONEUM should have a total of 1156 assets displayed in that last column # of Assets(same column).
I have tried multiple functions using SUMX, FILTER, CALCULATE, and SUM but cant seem to get the value I want. I tried
=SUMX(FILTER('2','2'[UserID] = '2'[Manager ID]),'2'[Total # of Assets])
=CALCULATE(SUM('2'[Total # of Assets]),FILTER('2','2'[UserID] = '2'[Manager ID]))
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Could you please tell me if the [Manage ID] has relationships with the [User ID]?