I have a basic measure to retrieve the MAX value for a date field, however, for some records it shows blank when the base date field has a value:
Latest Received Date = MAX(Table1[Received Date]).
I'm not sure what the issue is here. Has anyone seen something like this? The end goal is to calculate a date differential using this latest received date. The DAX requires a scalar value, so I'm using MAX to retrieve it.
Try adding a calculated column instead of measure.
I forgot to mention that it is a Direct Query model so I can't use MAX in a calculated column. I also need to reference this single scalar value in a different DAX calculation. I've also tried SELECTEDVALUE and the result is the same; returns the same value as the base Received Date column for almost every record except the dates pictured above.
If I switch to import (Azure SQL), is daily the most frequent refresh that can be scheduled?
@Sicilian Hi Sicilian -- is your requirement to find to MAX date for the entire received column, or the MAX date per row?
If you switch to import mode you can refresh up to 8 times per day using Pro BI Pro version.
We are using Power BI Premium, but in the data set options for scheduled refresh, the drop down only allows Daily/Weekly. Does this 8x per day limit mean it must be done manually intra-day?