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Resolver I
Resolver I

Filtering data

Hi everyone!

 

Can somebody please help me with this?....

 

I have a table for Inflation by Country (Pais). An other dimension is ManagementArea (Zona-Gestión). Because of the business rules applied in the import query of sales, there is a relationship between Argentina-Amega (Zona-Gestión) and Uruguay (Pais).

 

In a report I have a matrix visual by Zona-Gestión and Pais. I'm trying to display the Inflation for Argentina-Amega witch has to be the Inflation of Argentina (Pais) but is not working. I assume that is for this relationship that I mentioned.

 

So, in my measure I tried to make a workaround for this but wihout success:

 

Inflación MTH = 
IF(
	HASONEVALUE(
		'Zona-Gestión'[IdZonaGestion]
	);
	SWITCH(
		VALUES(
			'Zona-Gestión'[IdZonaGestion]
		);
		"CEA-ROW";
		'Inflación País'[Inflación CEAM MTH];
		"CEA-LET";
		'Inflación País'[Inflación CEAM MTH];
		"CEA-ROE";
		'Inflación País'[Inflación CEAM MTH];
		"ARG-AMG";
		CALCULATE(
			'Inflación País'[Inflación País MTH];
			FILTER(
				'País';
				'País'[IdPais] = "ARG"
			)
		);
		"DOM-ROW";
		CALCULATE(
			'Inflación País'[Inflación País MTH];
			FILTER(
				'País';
				'País'[IdPais] = "DOM"
			)
		);
		"DOM-ROE";
		CALCULATE(
			'Inflación País'[Inflación País MTH];
			FILTER(
				'País';
				'País'[IdPais] = "DOM"
			)
		);
		"DOM-ROE (Cuba)";
		CALCULATE(
			'Inflación País'[Inflación País MTH];
			FILTER(
				'País';
				'País'[IdPais] = "DOM"
			)
		);
		'Inflación País'[Inflación País MTH]
	)
)
Inflación País MTH = 
CALCULATE(
	SUM(
		'Inflación País'[Inflacion MTH]
	);
	LASTDATE(
		'Inflación País'[Fecha]
	);
	USERELATIONSHIP(
		'Inflación País'[IdPais];
		'País'[IdPais]
	)
)

The result for this is:

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As you can see, for Argentina-Amega I have a blank value. If a delete the applied condition in the measure, I get the Inflation of Uruguay (Pais) for Argentina-Amega.

 

Any help will be much appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Microsoft
Microsoft

Re: Filtering data

@hfoth

 

Based on your screenshot, your Country and Management Area have no "direct" relationship since one country can exist in multiple Management Area. So that "relationship" between "Country" and " Management Area" should be described in your fact table (Inflation table).

 

In this scenario, I think you should make the relationships "Country->Inflation" and "ManagementArea->Inflation" active. Then directly slice Inflation on Count and Management Area level.

 

Regards,

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Resolver I
Resolver I

Re: Filtering data

Hi @v-sihou-msft. Thanks for your help.

 

There is no direct relationship of Country(Pais) and Managment Area(Zoan-Gestion). This is a many-to-many relationship. This relationship only happens because of the data in sales/facts table.

 

Inflation is a value that must be calculated by Pais. But, since te report that I have to build must be displayed by Zona-Gestion, I used a matrix value with Zona-Gestion and Pais as rows and created some measures to display it for both dimentions taking advantage of this "relationship" beteween them because of the sales table.

 

I don't realize how I could add Zona-Gestion to Inflation.

 

Let me show you the full Inflation table and model relationships:

 

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