I removed all tables but those referenced for this visual and also removed the older data to reduce the file size. Interestingly, after making those changges I see that the measure is now displaying the correct percentages. There must have been an issue with the data causing the erroneous percentages I was seeing previously.
Thank you for all your help,
Looks like I spoke too soon. As I look further down I do find where some are still not calculating properly. In the file found at the following link, please scroll down the visual until you see the name Daniel Robles. You will see that his Non-Segment Time shows 11.11% and 14.81% where it should show 42.86% and 57.14%
Also, if you get the error message, then it means you need to open the Power BI application, go to File > Options > Preview Features and check the box for Composite Models. You then close the app and then reopen Power BI and open the pbix.
Hello, I am facing the same problem where the measures work when there are multiple values for a category, but doesn't work when it's a single value.
Can you show me how you fix that problem in that PBI file? Thanks!
Try this measure
Hours%Hierarchy = if(HASONEFILTER(vAllTRData[ActivityName]),[Total hours]/CALCULATE([Total hours],ALLSELECTED(vAllTRData[ActivityName])),if(HASONEFILTER(vAllTRData[TimeIsToSegment]),[Total hours]/CALCULATE([Total hours],ALLSELECTED(vAllTRData[TimeIsToSegment])),[Total hours]/CALCULATE([Total hours],ALL(vAllTRData[TeamMemberName]))))
Hope this helps.
I apologize, I should have posted an update. Yes, the latest measure is working. It was easier to see the correct percentages by turning off subtotals on the employee level. It is now clear that it is calculating correctly.
Thank you for all of your help!