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Weekly sales measure is not working correctly, looks like something is wrong with the relationship.

Hello,
My weekly sales measure looks like this:

RWT Sales (week):=CALCULATE([Sales],'Order Date'[Date] >= TODAY()-6,'Order Date'[Date]<=TODAY())

It works fine when im combining it with customer data, but i would like to show it pr day in a visual. But when i use my order date table it looks like this (in a table):

And it continues through 2040 (which is the size of my 'order date' table. What am i doing wrong?

 
 
 

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Re: Weekly sales measure is not working correctly, looks like something is wrong with the relationsh

Hi @KristianS , 

I think you need to add filter in expression like below

RWT Sales (week):=CALCULATE([Sales],filter('Order Date','Order Date'[Date] >= TODAY()-6 && 'Order Date'[Date]<=TODAY()))

If this doesn't work, please check whether your order date table have relationship between your fact table(or measure [Sales]). You could inform me your data structure and your relationship.

 

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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Re: Weekly sales measure is not working correctly, looks like something is wrong with the relationsh

Hi @KristianS 

if you need running total day by day it is incorrect to compare dates with today() which is always the same for each row

try

RWT Sales (week):=CALCULATE([Sales],'Order Date'[Date] >= SELECTEDVALUE('Order Date'[Date]),'Order Date'[Date]<=SELECTEDVALUE('Order Date'[Date]))

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Re: Weekly sales measure is not working correctly, looks like something is wrong with the relationsh

Try like


RWT Sales (week):=CALCULATE([Sales],filter('Order Date','Order Date'[Date] >= max('Order Date'[Date])-6 && 'Order Date'[Date]max('Order Date'[Date])))

with Date calendar
RWT Sales (week):=CALCULATE([Sales],filter('Date','Date'[Date] >= max('Date'[Date])-6 && 'Date'[Date]max('Date'[Date])))



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Re: Weekly sales measure is not working correctly, looks like something is wrong with the relationsh

Hi @KristianS , 

I think you need to add filter in expression like below

RWT Sales (week):=CALCULATE([Sales],filter('Order Date','Order Date'[Date] >= TODAY()-6 && 'Order Date'[Date]<=TODAY()))

If this doesn't work, please check whether your order date table have relationship between your fact table(or measure [Sales]). You could inform me your data structure and your relationship.

 

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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Re: Weekly sales measure is not working correctly, looks like something is wrong with the relationsh

Thanks a lot! Addig Filter worked.

What does that do? I thought the calculate function automaticly add filters.

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