I'm trying to get a very top level metric on how many overdue applications I have in a table.
I've created a calculated column to calculate whether they are Overdue, Due, Ok, or Not Yet Due.
I just want a measure to count the number of Overdues but my calculated column isn't appearing when I'm trying the formula out. Which I'd like to be:
No of Overdue Applications = CALCULATE(COUNT('Sales Order Valuation Schedule'),FILTER('Sales Order Valuation Schedule','Sales Order Valuation Schedule'Due & Overdue Applications="Overdue"))
Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
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Small change is needed here. You are passing your table name as parameter to COUNT function, instead you should pass the colun name.
Your count function should be like this:
COUNT('Sales Order Valuation Schedule'[Due & Overdue Applications])
But that's precisely what I'm trying to do, use the column name but it's not appearing:
Well done that worked! It doesn't like "&".
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