@NastyaLagunova, @Lasselakan, @tananich, @manito969, @empires - OK, I believe that this is an issue that @marcorusso and I took a look at in another thread and Marco wrote up a nice blog article about. I have the fix in the attached PBIX. Basically, take ShippingDate and create another table using DISTINCT('Table'[ShippingDate]) Then relate the tables. Use this other table as your slicer and change your measure to refer to this new table. As Marco explains, this is not technically a bug but a pre-filtering "feature" of DAX.
I have the same problem - trying to calculate the Fiscal Budget for a year and need to ignore the month filter ( YYYY,MM are the filters). Why can't Microsoft make is easy like Tableau for standard time functions ?
Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but if you select a slicer and then go to the format menu and click "edit interactions" you can turn off a visual you don't want to be filtered by that slicer
Hey, I had a similar situation that I found a solution to. I needed the sum of Table1.Amount, but ignoring any filters on Table1.Filter. I tried "Calculate( Sum( Table1.Amount) , All(Table1.Filter))" but this did not work. It didn't work because even though Table1.Filter was not being directly filtered, it was being crossfiltered by Table2.Filter. To ignore the crossfilter, I tried this and it worked:
I see a lot of responses that it works with ALL, but no one adresses the specifik problem/bug in my example (download file below to see my example). There I illustrate that in some cases it won't work.