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jwhitlow
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Recalculate Grouped Table from Slicer?

I am trying to build a report of logins that contains two slicers, one for state and one for day type (weekday or weekend). I have a table of users. I created a reference to this table and applied some grouping. I created a small sample report of my report (below).

 

The State slicer is working as desired. The Day Type is not, however. It works fine for the top 4 items shown below, but not for the bottom 3. Those measures working from the Day Type slicer are all based on the main table. The bottom 3 do not respond to Day Type slicer since this table is static and does not have a Day Type column. My question is: Is there a way to have the referenced grouped table recalculate from the main table based on the applied slicer?

 

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My tables look like this:

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v-jayw-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @jwhitlow ,

 

It's not supported to create calculated table by the slicer value.

 

Best Regards,

Jay

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nvprasad
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Hi,

 

It's not possible to refresh the table by the slicer selection. Tables get updated only during On-demand or scheduled refresh.

 

Appreciate a Kudos! 🙂
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Regards,
N V Durga Prasad

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