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EazyBI - Aggregate a Measure based on a filter of Issue Type and Status Edited

I am using eazyBI and I want to aggregate a measure based on a filtered set of data based on Issue Type and Issue Status however I cannot get it to work. My Define Calculated member is as follows


[Measures].[Issue type]="ACR"
AND [Status].CurrentMember.[Approved]),
[Measures].[Issue Requested Budget (USD m)])


The problem I have is around [Status].CurrentMember.[Approved] not behaving as I am expecting I think


Thanks in advance


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Hi @Graeme Kelly 

In this case, you could check if the field "Requested Budget (USD m)" is imported as a measure in eazyBI.

Then you could use this imported measure as a numerical value in a tuple code when creating a new calculated measure.


[Measures].[Requested Budget (USD m) created],
[Issue type].[ACR]


That would aggregate all the Requsted budget values for all issues in ACR type and Status Approved for your report.


You might also want to check different similar use-cases here:


Martins / eazyBI team

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