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Visual showing Months before and after dates within my fact table

I have nothing on my fact table before Sep 2019, and nothing after November 2020. I’ve added a column to my date table:

DatesWithCases = AND(Dates[Date] <= MAX('SourceData'[createdatetime]),Dates[Date]>=MIN('SourceData'[createdatetime]))

I’ve confirmed on the data tab that the trues and falses are showing up correctly.

I have multiple date columns in my fact table, I’ve used USERELATIONSHIP() to indicate which relationship to use.

I’ve created a measure to calculate case performance which gives the correct numbers

SSAT (Closed Date) = CALCULATE(((([Top Boxes]-[Bottom Boxes])/[Rated Cases (Closed Date)])*100 +100),USERELATIONSHIP('SourceData'[ClosedDate],Dates[Date]),Dates[DatesWithCases]=TRUE())

Any time I visualize the data based on MonthInCalendar, the visual gives me Jan 2019 thru Dec 2022. What am I doing wrong here?

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Can you please share your source and pbix file so the solution can be provided efficiently?


@mickeydjw Trying to make an educated guess, try this:

SSAT (Closed Date) =
    DIVIDE (
        [Top Boxes] - [Bottom Boxes],
        [Rated Cases (Closed Date)]
    ) * 100 + 100,
    USERELATIONSHIP ( 'SourceData'[ClosedDate], Dates[Date] ),
        Dates[DatesWithCases]  = TRUE ()

I’ll see if I can find some sample data that is close enough. Can’t share the data or the .pbix, which is why I tried to give as much detail as I could.


Did you try the above solution provided by @AntrikshSharma ?

Unfortunately this didn’t solve the issue.

One of my coworkers reminded me of a solution to the problem that I helped them solve previously. Because my formula functioned properly for reporting the SSAT, but the formula caused a value without cases, I wrapped the measure into an IF statement. MonthlySSAT = IF(SSAT <> 100, SSAT). This removed any values that were reported as 100, and the visual worked properly.


Is the following measure working properly as you are comparing Dates[Date] which is in Date Format to SourceData’[createdatetime] which is in Date/Time Format.

Yes. DatesWithCases is a column I’ve added to my date table to give me a true/false value for filtering.


Try this and let me know what you get:

SSAT (Closed Date) =

VAR Calculation =
( ( ( [Top Boxes] - [Bottom Boxes] ) / [Rated Cases (Closed Date)] ) * 100 + 100 ),
USERELATIONSHIP ( ‘SourceData’[ClosedDate], Dates[Date] )
VAR MaxDate =
MAX ( ‘SourceData’[ClosedDate] )
VAR CurrentDate =
VAR Result =
IF ( CurrentDate > MaxDate, BLANK (), Calculation )

Didn’t change it. I think the underlying issue is that even if there are no results in that month, the calculation still gives a value of 100 which is causing the headaches.

I believe the solution is not that difficult but unable to solve it as don’t have access to the data. Here is the video showing how you can mask sensitive data and then probably you can share the pbix file.


Thanks, this video is great info for the future and I’ll use it if I have something else to solve. Since I was able to work around my issue with an IF() statement, I’m moving on to other problems. Thank you for your help.

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@mickeydjw Can you tell us what you did to solve it? Just curious :nerd_face:

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