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ThomasWeppler
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Matrix drilldown removes subtotals

I have two similar matrixes in two diffrent reports. They should show the same, but when I use the drilldown option on one of them all the subtotals disappears unless they are relevant for the drilldown. , while one the other option they all stay when I drilldown. Does anyone know why that is?

 

See the picture for an example.

 

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ThomasWeppler
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So I manage to rebuild the grey and red model from scrach useing the exact same dax and model and now it works like the blue version. Basically a turn it on and off again situation.

 

So in short the problem is gone, but the mystery has not been solved.

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ThomasWeppler
Advocate I
Advocate I

So I manage to rebuild the grey and red model from scrach useing the exact same dax and model and now it works like the blue version. Basically a turn it on and off again situation.

 

So in short the problem is gone, but the mystery has not been solved.

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ThomasWeppler
Advocate I
Advocate I

Sure I can share the DAX code but again I don't think it will help you much.

 

The matrix has 3 values made as measures in DAX they are here and 3 rows which I have identified in the model

 

 

 

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The 3 circles indicate which colums I use and the color of the underscore indicate how the model is connected.

 

The dax and the models connections are the same for both models which is why I am so confused about the different visualisation.

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ThomasWeppler
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Advocate I

Thanks for the quick answer.
The visual options are different and the names of the columns are different, but the dax and measures are copy pasted.

Both worked like the blue version earlier today so when I expanted the table all the colums showed so that makes me think that the problem is in formating rather than the DAX or measure, but I could be wrong.

Here I have the tables where I have not expanted any options and all rows are showen.

 

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Here I have another example where I have expanted the table twice and again the blue table shows all rows while the grey and red table only shows the rows that has been expanted.

 

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@ThomasWeppler  What has changed since this morning? Are you able to share the DAX values formula? Without more info it's hard to troubleshoot or guess what's going on, but we see this behaviour sometimes with ISINSCOPE or other similar functions... 



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AllisonKennedy
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@ThomasWeppler  These look like very different data values, what is in the 'values' for each of these matrices? And what do they look like when you haven't expanded the values? I suspect it will have to do with the measure that's used in the values, and some context change it has asked for??



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