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Need help with calculated column

Hi,

 

I am new to power BI. Need to create a calculated column in a sales fact table, by dividing unit QTY of the fact table items by the convertion column of the item dimention table. Relationships are created correctly. Help me on this..

 

Isuru

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Re: Need help with calculated column

Hi,

If the relationships are created, you can use RELATED function in DAX to fetch field from item dimension and use it in fact table.

Below e.g uses Cost field from Product table to calculate the total cost.

 

Total Cost = SUMX( Sales, Sales[Quantity] * RELATED('Product'[Cost]) )

Thanks.

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Re: Need help with calculated column

Hi,

If the relationships are created, you can use RELATED function in DAX to fetch field from item dimension and use it in fact table.

Below e.g uses Cost field from Product table to calculate the total cost.

 

Total Cost = SUMX( Sales, Sales[Quantity] * RELATED('Product'[Cost]) )

Thanks.

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Re: Need help with calculated column

Hi,

 

I tried below dax function but it didn't work.

 

Cs = DIVIDE(FactStock[UnitQty],RELATED(DimItem[Conversion]),0)
 
No errors but giving the same value in the unitQTY column. not dividing by conversion.
 
 
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Re: Need help with calculated column

Hi,

Can you share a sample dataset with the expected result.

Thanks.

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Re: Need help with calculated column

Hi,

 

Yes Vaibhavdesai. It's working fine. Thanks for the support.

 

Isuru

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