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## Using FILTER - same propagation need

Hi all,

Could you please help me getting the outcome as follow below (picture)? Problem is I cannot set up a Calculated Field that will repeat Total Year Objective Billings in every PivotTable row.

I need to set up a pivot table that will calculate % between Cumulative Actual Billings vs Total Year Objective Billings, row by row in the PivotTable.

As soon as I have a Calculated Field showing Total Year Objective Billings (column E in my picture example) in each row of PivotTable I think I can deal with % calculation (using DIVIDE function for example).

I do not know how to create a Calculated Field (column E) to produce this result in PivotTable for every year I select (so dinamically).

Thanks again all of you in advance,

Jaderson Almeida
Business Coordinator
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## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

@bajimmy1983

Okay I think this is it

```GT. OBJ. BIL. EUR =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( phasing[VALUE] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( phasing ), phasing[TITLE] = "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR" )
)```

Result in PBI

And In Excel...

Hope this helps!

Member

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

I think I got it resolved. I am attaching SampleFile_v2.

Could you please check if Measures "Share Bil", "Share Cost" and "Share Margin Bil" are correct? In case you have a better solution I kindly ask you to share with us!

Now I have this point... If you look at the PivotTable in worksheet "BREAK_DOWN_Client" you will find:

Bill_Cost_Margin_Share_1

If I filter "AFFIPERF" in "PURE PLAYER" PivotTable column note that Shares (Bill, Cost and Margin Bil) get 100% (columns G, J and M).

Is there a way to show 50,39% for AFFIPERF even if it is filtered in PivotTable ROW or when it is filtered in Filter PivotTable section and avoid the picture below?

Bill_Cost_Margin_Share_2

Best regards,

Jaderson Almeida
Business Coordinator
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Super User

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

I believe that you will need to use an ALLEXCEPT filter in your measure calculation so that you remove the matrix row context and replace it with a context of company.

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## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

I think I did wrong with the following Measure trying to use ALLEXCEPT... Could you please try to exemplify?

Note:

• Where you see "PURE_PLAYER" understand "COMPANY NAME";
• Also in my Measure you see ... "FILTER(phasing;phasing[TITLE]="OBJ. BILLINGS EUR")" just because in Table "phasing" I have one column called TITLE with two information: "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR" and "OBJ. MARGIN EUR". I think you can understand that besides my desired outcome I also need to SUM just "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR".

Measure I am using, but fail:

```Grand Total OBJ. BIL. EUR :=
CALCULATE (
SUM ( phasing[VALUE] );
ALLEXCEPT ( phasing; phasing[PURE_PLAYER] );
FILTER ( phasing; phasing[TITLE] = "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR" )
)```

Best regards,

Jaderson Almeida
Business Coordinator
Member

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

What is the error that you are getting?

Super User

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

@bajimmy1983  How about this?

```Grand Total OBJ. BIL. EUR :=
CALCULATE (
SUM ( phasing[VALUE] );
ALL ( phasing[MONTH] );
FILTER ( phasing; phasing[TITLE] = "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR" )
)```

or

```Grand Total OBJ. BIL. EUR :=
CALCULATE (
SUM ( phasing[VALUE] );
ALLSELECTED ( phasing );
FILTER ( phasing; phasing[TITLE] = "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR" )
)```

Good Luck!

Member

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

Hello @Sean, good morning.

Sorry, but as I am a Newbie right now, Filter Context is a little difficult to me right now. I am studing almost every day and trying to apply it as much as possible.

So, I have applied both Measures (with ALL and ALLSELECTED), but again we could not reach desire outcome. See result in Figure 1 and then what I need in Figure 2 (as examples).

Obs: Measures in Column C are just for DAX calculation and will not sit in PivoTable. Just to ilustrate to you.

WRONGRIGHT

Thnaks again and have a nice day,

Jaderson Almeida
Business Coordinator
Super User

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

@bajimmy1983

Post sample data in format that's easy to copy and paste into PBI (not a picture) of how you data is set up!

Not the pivot table and final result - just the data!

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## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

Hi @Sean

Please follow the link to download Sample Data zip file. I think you will have just to change Power Pivot connection paths in order to work in your machine.

• File where all measures is: Dashboard_Pipeline_2017_MO_PP.xlsx;
• Measure I am talking about ("GT. OBJ. BIL. EUR") is present in "phasing" Table in Data Model;
• "GT. OBJ. BIL. BRL:=" is just converting from EUR to BRL;
• PivotTable example is located in "PT_3_FILTER_GT. OBJ. BIL." worksheet;
• Column "D" from PivotTable is showing the wrong outcome. I need all lines showing 38.456.000

Thanks once again @Sean,

Jaderson Almeida
Business Coordinator
Super User

## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

@bajimmy1983

Okay I think this is it

```GT. OBJ. BIL. EUR =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( phasing[VALUE] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( phasing ), phasing[TITLE] = "OBJ. BILLINGS EUR" )
)```

Result in PBI

And In Excel...

Hope this helps!

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## Re: Using FILTER - same propagation need

@Sean, @Greg_Deckler,  @Mi2n and Community. THANK YOU SO MUCH for your patience

This is a wonderful platform to ask for help, share what you have learned and learn again!!

I am learning a lot here, with books and Youtube.

Thank you so much again for your time and commitment!

Jaderson Almeida
Business Coordinator