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alisaleh
Helper I
Helper I

replacing blank with 0 cause the filter not to work correctly

Hi,

I have scenario where I have 1:*  active relationship from project table to JobCard table. I have created a measure to count the number of Job Card based on selected Project where I have project slicer. The DAX for the measure is as follows:

 

Total Project Job Card =
var temp= CALCULATE(COUNT('jobCard'[id]),'jobCard'[project] == SELECTEDVALUE('Project'[name]))
return If(ISBLANK(temp),0,temp)

 

The problem Im having is when I change the project in the slicer its always showing job cards from anohter

project with 0 values for total. If I remove the condition to replace blank with 0 then it filters correctly

and when I select project with no job cards nothing shows!! why this is happening desipite the measure is filter

by selected project? How do I fix it so it shows 0 for blanks when there is job card associated with the project and show nothing when there is no association.

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

@alisaleh 

Please try

Total Project Job Card =
VAR temp =
    CALCULATE (
        COUNT ( 'jobCard'[id] ),
        'jobCard'[project] == SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Project'[name] )
    )
RETURN
    IF ( NOT ISEMPTY ( 'jobCard' ), COALESCE ( temp, 0 ) )

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alisaleh
Helper I
Helper I

Thanks. it put me on the right path.

tamerj1
Super User
Super User

@alisaleh 

Please try

Total Project Job Card =
VAR temp =
    CALCULATE (
        COUNT ( 'jobCard'[id] ),
        'jobCard'[project] == SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Project'[name] )
    )
RETURN
    IF ( NOT ISEMPTY ( 'jobCard' ), COALESCE ( temp, 0 ) )

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