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Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

Hello,

 

This is probably easy one.

 

I have Actuals and Budget measures in table in different columns. Rows are Team and below that employees of the team(s). Budget data is on Team level and Actuals are Team+Employee level so one level lower/detailed compared to budgets. The problem is that when I drill down to employee level on the table the budget column shows the team level total for each employee. I know this cannot be fixed because the different granularity but what I would like to do is to show empty on employee level for Budget column.

 

Is that possible by modifying the measure etc? That would make users feel less confusing.

 

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Super User
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Re: Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

@FatherTheWizard you can check if you are employee level then don't show budget, update your measure something like this.

 

 


Budget = IF( NOT(HASONEFILTER( Table[Employee])), SUM(Table1[Budget])) 

 

 

 





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Re: Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

@FatherTheWizard also you can use new dax function ISINSCOPE, here is a post with more information on it.





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Re: Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

hi,

 

Unfortunately that formula did not work for me. Actually after applying that it showed all the possible employees under each team in the result table so it worked out a bit worse actually. I do not know what should I change.

 

Thanks for the tip on ISINSCOPE. However, I am not quite sure if that could be utilized here.

Super User
Super User

Re: Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

@FatherTheWizard Can you share the sample dataset so that I can test it on my end. and send the solution. Thanks!





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Re: Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

Unfortunately that is not possible. I understand it is quite difficult to explain and understand complex data model without getting access to it. Probably I need to trial and error.

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Two different level measures in table -> how to make the lowest level look neater

@FatherTheWizard,

 

Just simplify your model as much as possible and illustrate with dummy data.

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