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Helper I
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Total Sales Payment

Hi Everyone... 

I have a total of sales and I have a reference table with the range to calculate the payment for total sales. I use this calculated formula, but I think is no the best way, and I want to use ref_table.

PAYMENT = CALCULATE(IF(AND ([TOTAL VENTAS]>=1, [TOTAL VENTAS]<=19),0,
IF(AND ([TOTAL VENTAS]>=20, [TOTAL VENTAS]<=29),800,
IF(AND ([TOTAL VENTAS]>=30, [TOTAL VENTAS]<=39),1200))))

Example:

 

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REF_PAYMENT_TABLE
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fhill
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This should give you what you are looking for...
 
Lookup_Value = CALCULATE( VALUES( 'Table (5)'[Value] ), FILTER('Table (5)', 'Table (6)'[Sales#] >= 'Table (5)'[From] && 'Table (6)'[Sales#] <= 'Table (5)'[To]))

 

 

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parry2k
Super User III
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@SQUILES add new column using following DAX:

 

Column = 
VAR __sales = 'Table'[Sales]
RETURN
CALCULATE ( MIN ( Range[Amount] ), __sales  >= Range[Min], __sales <= Range[Max] )

 

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fhill
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This should give you what you are looking for...
 
Lookup_Value = CALCULATE( VALUES( 'Table (5)'[Value] ), FILTER('Table (5)', 'Table (6)'[Sales#] >= 'Table (5)'[From] && 'Table (6)'[Sales#] <= 'Table (5)'[To]))

 

 

fhill_1-1626455015407.png

 



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may not mention it, Sale# come from a count. The original data is SaleName and a DATE of the Sales. 

With you calculate formula I don't have a Total at the end of the column.Capture.JPG

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