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krish007na
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Measure Total not correct when created from 2 different tables

I have 2 tables as ProductTarget and Signals. I want to create a measure like ProductTarget[Target] *  Signals[Value]. Some of the ProductTarget[Target] values are 0. So the multiplication will be 0.
I have used Dax like SUMX(ProductTarget[Target]) *  SUMX(Signals[Value]). It gives correct values at row level, but total is incorrect. 

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If you see the total should be 0.02 as second value 0. But instead total is showing like total(sum) of Value (0.65) * total(sum) of target(0.0449) = 0.03.
I want to do multiplication and then summation. But in this case it is doing summation first and then multiplication. 
How do I can acheive this?

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yingyinr
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Hi @krish007na ,

You can create another new measure as below to replace the previous measure [Port wgt avg]:

Measure = SUMX(GROUPBY('ProductTarget','ProductTarget'[BMName],'ProductTarget'[Desc]),[Port wgt avg])

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Community Support Team _ Rena
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yingyinr
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @krish007na ,

You can create another new measure as below to replace the previous measure [Port wgt avg]:

Measure = SUMX(GROUPBY('ProductTarget','ProductTarget'[BMName],'ProductTarget'[Desc]),[Port wgt avg])

yingyinr_0-1623839343783.png

Best Regards

Community Support Team _ Rena
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Fowmy
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@krish007na 

Hope these two tables are connected using a relationship?

Try this measure, if it doesn't work share your sample PBIX file.

Port Exp Wgt =
SUMX(
ProductTarget,
ProductTarget[Target] * RELATED (Signals[Value])
)

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RELATED is not working 

@krish007na 

Please share a sample PBIX file. You can save in Google or One Drive and share the link here.


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@krish007na 

Your model needs to be fixed first. You have created Many-to-many relationship and the whole file behaves unexpectedly.
If Signal is the dimension file, remove duplicates from the Column "Sedol" and set the relation to One-To-Many.
 

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