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KPI Visual does not work properly for new year dates.

Hi all,

 

I am working on a dashboard, in which I am trying to implement a KPI visual for current period vs previous period values. The visual works correct for the end date upto 31st December 2016. But when I change my end date to any date from january 2017 KPI visual starts me showing values from 1st january to the selected end date from january 2017.Here I am attaching the

screenshots from the test file.So can any one please help me to find any solution on this..??

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Screenshot (3).pngEnd date is of December 2016Screenshot (4).pngAfter selecting End date from january 2017 

 


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Re: KPI Visual does not work properly for new year dates.

@kprasad

 

That’s just how the KPI visual works. In your case, you can create following two measures to replace the Current sessions and Previous sessions.

 

Current = 
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Test[Current sessions] ), ALLSELECTED ( Test[Date] ) )
Previous = 
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Test[Previouse sessions] ), ALLSELECTED ( Test[Date] ) )

KPI Visual does not work properly for new year dates._1.jpg

 

Best Regards,

Herbert

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Super Contributor
Posts: 4,721
Registered: ‎07-08-2016

Re: KPI Visual does not work properly for new year dates.

@kprasad

 

That’s just how the KPI visual works. In your case, you can create following two measures to replace the Current sessions and Previous sessions.

 

Current = 
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Test[Current sessions] ), ALLSELECTED ( Test[Date] ) )
Previous = 
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Test[Previouse sessions] ), ALLSELECTED ( Test[Date] ) )

KPI Visual does not work properly for new year dates._1.jpg

 

Best Regards,

Herbert

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Re: KPI Visual does not work properly for new year dates.

@v-haibl-msft,

Thank you,For your solution. This trick worked for me.

Best Regards,

Prasad.