Tutorial with example
In this video we will go through the DAX function CROSSFILTER.
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- In the case of a 1:1 relationship, there is no difference between the one and both direction.
- CROSSFILTER can only be used in functions that take a filter as an argument, for example: CALCULATE, CALCULATETABLE, CLOSINGBALANCEMONTH, CLOSINGBALANCEQUARTER, CLOSINGBALANCEYEAR, OPENINGBALANCEMONTH, OPENINGBALANCEQUARTER, OPENINGBALANCEYEAR, TOTALMTD, TOTALQTD and TOTALYTD functions.
- CROSSFILTER uses existing relationships in the model, identifying relationships by their ending point columns.
- In CROSSFILTER, the cross-filtering setting of a relationship is not important; that is, whether the relationship is set to filter one, or both directions in the model does not affect the usage of the function. CROSSFILTER will override any existing cross-filtering setting.
- An error is returned if any of the columns named as an argument is not part of a relationship or the arguments belong to different relationships.
- If CALCULATE expressions are nested, and more than one CALCULATE expression contains a CROSSFILTER function, then the innermost CROSSFILTER is the one that prevails in case of a conflict or ambiguity.
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