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Anonymous
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Multiple Dates

Hi All,

 

i have a Fact table that contains two date columns: 

a) Go Live (Start)

b) Go Live (End) 

 

I basically want to create a matrix like below, however, i'm confused since one date relationship will be inactive so how do i capture the full range of month-year i need? At the moment, i'm only getting month-year for the months shown in my active date column. How do i make sure that it's capturing all the dates from both Go Live (start) column and Go Live (end) column? 

 

 

 Jan-20Feb-20April-20Sept-20
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nicolas_carrere
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Hi,

 

You can try to create a table "calendar" with calendarauto() and a mesure :

Calculate(SUMX(data, data[colonne]), USERELATIONSHIP(calendar[date], data[Go Live (Start)])) + Calculate(SUMX(data, data[colonne]), USERELATIONSHIP(calendar[date], data[Go Live (End)]))

 

Where data is the table that contains your data

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolas-carrere/

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nicolas_carrere
New Member

Hi,

 

You can try to create a table "calendar" with calendarauto() and a mesure :

Calculate(SUMX(data, data[colonne]), USERELATIONSHIP(calendar[date], data[Go Live (Start)])) + Calculate(SUMX(data, data[colonne]), USERELATIONSHIP(calendar[date], data[Go Live (End)]))

 

Where data is the table that contains your data

 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolas-carrere/

Anonymous
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Thanks so much!

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