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Re: Secondary data table not filtering from slicer

@Greg_Deckler  my slicer is based on my central Date table. Are you saying I need two bridge tables- Brand and Date?

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Re: Secondary data table not filtering from slicer

Solved using TreatAs()

 

GI from Forecast = CALCULATE(
SUM('GI from Forecast 2020 sheet'[Value]),
TREATAS(
SUMMARIZE(DateTable,DateTable[Year],DateTable[MonthOfYear]),
'GI from Forecast 2020 sheet'[Year],
'GI from Forecast 2020 sheet'[MonthNumber]
)
)


Referencing this guide from SQLBI.


I still have the bridge table for the client name, but the Date bridge didn't work as it created too many filter paths for my setup. However, passing the filter context to the secondary table using Treatas worked... a treat.

Thanks for the assist guys.

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