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j_w
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How to calculate the sales total with changed date range based on the current filters

The Report has a Sales table with Date, Product, Amount$ fields, also have two filters, Date and Product matching the same name fields.

 

The financial year end date is 31 March.

 

How to write a measure to calculate the year-to-date total amount$ based on the current two filters?

 

For example:

Case 1

If the user selected Date filter range from 2020-09-01 to 2020-07-14,

then the year-to-date total amount$ will be from 2020-04-01 to 2020-07-14.

Case 2

If the user selected Date filter range from 2020-02-01 to 2020-08-31, with Product filter Product01 selected

then the year-to-date total amount$ will be from 2019-04-01 to 2020-08-31 for Product01.

 

Notes: in case 2, since the user selected Date filter range covers two financial years, so the year-to-date should also cover two financial years from 2019-04-01 to the max date of the user selected date range 2020-08-31.

 

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v-zhenbw-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @j_w ,

 

We can create a FY date table that has now relationship with the Sales table and a measure to meet your requirement.

 

1. Create a date table and add two columns.

 

Date table = CALENDARAUTO()

 

howto1.jpg

 

FY = 
var _FY = if(month([Date])<=3,year([Date])-1,year([Date]))
return
_FY
Star FY = DATE('Date table'[FY],4,1)

 

howto2.jpg

 

2. Then we can create a measure and use the Date table [Date] to be a slicer.

 

Measure =
VAR _min_date =
    MIN ( 'Date table'[Date] )
VAR _max_date =
    MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] )
VAR _currentFYmonth =
    CALCULATE (
        MAX ( 'Date table'[Star FY] ),
        FILTER ( 'Date table', 'Date table'[Date] = _min_date )
    )
VAR _result_date =
    IF (
        _min_date > _currentFYmonth,
        _currentFYmonth,
        DATE ( YEAR ( _currentFYmonth ) - 1, MONTH ( _currentFYmonth ), 1 )
    )
RETURN
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( 'Table'[amount] ),
        FILTER (
            ALLSELECTED ( 'Table' ),
            'Table'[Date] >= _result_date
                && 'Table'[Date] <= _max_date
        )
    )

 

howto3.jpg

 

howto4.jpg

 

If it doesn’t meet your requirement, could you please show the exact expected result based on the table that we have shared?

 

Best regards,

 

Community Support Team _ zhenbw

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

BTW, pbix as attached.

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v-zhenbw-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @j_w ,

 

We can create a FY date table that has now relationship with the Sales table and a measure to meet your requirement.

 

1. Create a date table and add two columns.

 

Date table = CALENDARAUTO()

 

howto1.jpg

 

FY = 
var _FY = if(month([Date])<=3,year([Date])-1,year([Date]))
return
_FY
Star FY = DATE('Date table'[FY],4,1)

 

howto2.jpg

 

2. Then we can create a measure and use the Date table [Date] to be a slicer.

 

Measure =
VAR _min_date =
    MIN ( 'Date table'[Date] )
VAR _max_date =
    MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] )
VAR _currentFYmonth =
    CALCULATE (
        MAX ( 'Date table'[Star FY] ),
        FILTER ( 'Date table', 'Date table'[Date] = _min_date )
    )
VAR _result_date =
    IF (
        _min_date > _currentFYmonth,
        _currentFYmonth,
        DATE ( YEAR ( _currentFYmonth ) - 1, MONTH ( _currentFYmonth ), 1 )
    )
RETURN
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( 'Table'[amount] ),
        FILTER (
            ALLSELECTED ( 'Table' ),
            'Table'[Date] >= _result_date
                && 'Table'[Date] <= _max_date
        )
    )

 

howto3.jpg

 

howto4.jpg

 

If it doesn’t meet your requirement, could you please show the exact expected result based on the table that we have shared?

 

Best regards,

 

Community Support Team _ zhenbw

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

BTW, pbix as attached.

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@j_w ,

You can use start of year with end date of year given in function. Or you can start of year from you table . Use date table as you need Continuous dates for this

Measure =
var _min = minx(allselected(Date),startofyear([Date[Date],"3/31")) //or use start of year from calendar
var _max = maxx(allselected(Date),[Date[Date])
return
calculate([measure], filter(all(Date), Date[DAte]<=_max && Date[DAte]>=_min))

 

FY of your choice - https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Community-Blog/Creating-Financial-Calendar-Decoding-Date-and-Calend...



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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@j_w ,

 

Try like

Measure =
var _min = minx(allselected(Date),startofyear([Date[Date],"3/31")) // take start of year from you date table
var _max = maxx(allselected(Date),[Date[Date])
return
calculate([measure], filter(all(Date), Date[DAte]<=_max && Date[DAte]>=_min))

 

Make sure you use a date table with continuous date



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CNENFRNL
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Hi, @j_w , you can assign a specific date as year_end_date in TOTALYTD func, say "3/31" for your case,

TOTALYTD(<expression>,<dates>[,<filter>][,<year_end_date>])

 Official doc for more details,

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/totalytd-function-dax


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AllisonKennedy
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Not sure about your Case 2 example, should that only work if they select a date between 2019-04-01 and 2020-03-31?

See if this helps: https://blog.enterprisedna.co/learn-how-to-calculate-sales-financial-year-to-date/

It's one way to use financial YTD calculations by using the built in time intelligence functions in Power BI with Year End date specified. You must have a DimDate table for this to work properly. https://excelwithallison.blogspot.com/2020/04/dimdate-what-why-and-how.html

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@AllisonKennedy  I have added some explanation:

In case 2, since the user selected Date filter range covers two financial years, so the year-to-date should also cover two financial years from 2019-04-01 to the max date of the user selected date range 2020-08-31.

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