Hi everybody !
I want to show a last date value without a slicer, so I try function like firstnonblank and lastnonblank but nothing worked..
Is it possible or should I put a date slicer in order to forecast a last date value ?
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That is why it is important to post sample data to clarify. Try this:
VAR maxDate = MAX('Table'[Date])
Something like that.
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@DavidB023 I didn't understand what you want, but have you tried to use the function LASTDATE()?
I would like to display a value which correspond to my last date value. So for exemple, my date are in month, today I want to see May value. (all of this without a slicer to choose date)
You should just be able to use MAX.
@DavidB023 ok, maybe try = FORMAT(LASTDATE(TableName[Date].[Date]),"MMMM"), this formula returns the name of the month of the last date of the "Date" column you have.
I think the simplest thing to do is to create a new measure
Last_Month = MAX(YourTable[Date].[Month])
@quentin_vigne@HarrisonCbe@Greg_Deckler thanks for your answer !In fact it concern squad data, so it would be easy like MAX if my enterprise just hire month after month ^^ but it is like :
may 2018 500avril 2018 450march 2018 503
So, today I want to display 500 on my repport..
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