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How to sum excluding a column using a dax measure

Hi all

 

I need to sum the values for column called "% produced" for the columns plant and SKU.

 

When I do so the problem I have is that it will sum me the values for the months too. So a same facility and SKU can be repeated several times since they have several months. 

 

How can I exlude the months from the sum for SKU and plant? I tried

 

 

Measure = CALCULATE(SUM(Sheet2[% produced]),ALLEXCEPT(Sheet2,Sheet2[Month]))

 

 

But didnt work, as the result should be 100%

 

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In the right table of the above image and pbix, is the correct result.

 

pbix attached:

 

https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApgeWwGTKtFdhwfWKw-DCkf_cXf3?e=UXR16i

 

Thanks.

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Re: How to sum excluding a column using a dax measure

@o59393 here is the measure

 

Measure = SUMX ( SUMMARIZE ( Sheet2, Sheet2[Plant], Sheet2[SKU] ), CALCULATE ( MAX ( [% produced] ) ) ) 

 

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Re: How to sum excluding a column using a dax measure

@o59393 here is the measure

 

Measure = SUMX ( SUMMARIZE ( Sheet2, Sheet2[Plant], Sheet2[SKU] ), CALCULATE ( MAX ( [% produced] ) ) ) 

 

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