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Figure 12-12 Incorrect total for inventory
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Figure 12-13 Correct total for inventory
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The formula is counting the number of rows in the current filter context for the product name If the number of rows is 1, then the current context is at the individual product level The third parameter for the IF() function is missing That s the false result, and if it s missing, it returns a blank or you could explicitly use BLANK() The result is shown in Figure 12-13 An interesting problem arises when you aggregate UnitsInStock across time Here, you may want to see a total The most meaningful total for a product would be equal to the last stock-take figure for that product In SSAS, there are two useful aggregations called LastChild and LastNonEmpty for working with inventory figures Fortunately, there is a DAX equivalent of LastNonEmpty, the DAX function LASTNONBLANK() In order to demonstrate this, we need inventory figures across time The Northwind UnitsInStock column is a static picture, and the stock-take is not dated However, if you have the SQL Server sample database, ContosoRetailDW (you can download it from wwwmicrosoft com search on ContosoRetailDW), you can look at inventory figures across time you ll need the DimDate and FactInventory tables The practical shows how to handle numbers that do not add up over time Here are the step-by-step instructions:
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Add the DimDate, DimProduct, and FactInventory tables from ContosoRetailDW to a PowerPivot model DimDate contains dates, and FactInventory includes stock-take figures for different dates and products DimProduct is added so you can see the product name, rather than a product key You may need to verify the relationships between these tables FactInventory should be related to DimDate through the DateKey column It should also be related to DimProduct through the ProductKey column When you add tables separately, the relationships in the source data are not discovered by PowerPivot Insert a pivot table and add CalendarYear (from DimDate) to Column Labels, ProductName (from DimProduct) to Row Labels, and OnHandQuantity (from FactInventory) to Values Set a label filter on the rows to adventure works laptop12, using Label Filters, Begins With (and I thought Adventure Works only made bikes!) the result is shown in Figure 12-14
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Figure 12-14 An incorrect inventory pivot table
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The Grand Total for each row is incorrect It should be equal to the last annual stock-take figure, and not a summation To start fixing the problem, replace the entry for OnHandQuantity in Values with a new measure called BadInventory You may want to add this to the FactInventory table The formula follows:
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=SUM(FactInventory[OnHandQuantity])
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The totals are still incorrect, and there is no figure for M1200 Black for 2009 Remove BadInventory from the Values drop-zone (but not from the field list), and add another measure, called Inventory The formula is:
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=SUMX(VALUES(DimProduct[ProductKey]),CALCULATE([BadInventory], LASTNONBLANK(DimDate[Datekey],[BadInventory])))
This is a reasonably complex piece of DAX It means sum all the values in the DimProduct table, but only using the last inventory gure found for each date The result is shown in Figure 12-15 The Grand Total for each row is now correct The inventory gures for each year also look better they are now using the last stock-take gure in each year, rather than a sum
Figure 12-15 A better inventory pivot table
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Figure 12-16 A correct inventory pivot table
However, there is still a problem The figure for M1200 Black is missing for 2009 If this entire product had been sold in 2009, the figure would presumably be zero A blank, on the other hand, means that no stock-take was performed in 2009 In that case, it might be reasonable to assume that the 2009 figure should be the same as the 2008 figure (implying that there were no sales from stocks in 2009) Change the DAX formula to this:
=SUMX(VALUES(DimProduct[ProductKey]),CALCULATE([BadInventory], LASTNONBLANK(DATESBETWEEN(DimDate[Datekey],BLANK(), LASTDATE(DimDate[Datekey])),[BadInventory])))
The final result is shown in Figure 12-16 There is now an entry for M1200 Black for 2009 In addition, we now have the stock figures for 2010 and 2011 The correct answers are being returned The DATESBETWEEN() function looks at all dates up to the last, or current context, date from the beginning of time The last date is given by LASTDATE() LASTNONBLANK() then finds the last stock-take figure within the date range returned by DATESBETWEEN()
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