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Anonymous
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I have a Production table, DimDate table. I needed to display weekly sum which I was able to do using SUMMARIZE function. Output of SUMMARIZE function is in 'TableS' with 2 columns WeekNo, SumP.  Now after creating relationships between these 3 tables, when I display the data, it is coming as :

Day   WeekNo.     SumP

1            1           129871

2            1           129871

3            1           129871

4            1           129871

5            1           129871

6            1           129871

7            1           129871

 

I want to display the figures in SumP column only when Day ==7(The Day information is in DimDate table). Please suggest how to do it.

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@Anonymous i don't think you need to create summarize table, you can achieve everything using production and dimdate table. just share sample production data and expected output and will get you the solution.

 






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Similarly data will be for different weeks and sum needs to be done for every week but will be shown only on Saturday in SumP column which we can get by Day column after checking value equal to 7.

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@Anonymous  can you put it in a more readable format? 






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Yeah updated picture of data.

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@Anonymous just to confirm, is this what you are looking for? I Just did two weeks

 

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Anonymous
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Yes correct. You got it what I am trying to do.

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Super User IV
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@Anonymous  add following as a measure

 

SumP = 
SUMX( 'DimDate',
IF( 'DimDate'[Day] = 7,
CALCULATE(
SUM( Table1[Production] ) ,
ALLEXCEPT( 'DimDate', 'DimDate'[WeekNo] )
)
)
)





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