Export (0) Print
Expand All

HASONEFILTER Function (DAX)

Returns TRUE when the number of directly filtered values on columnName is one; otherwise returns FALSE.

HASONEFILTER(<columnName>) 

columnName

The name of an existing column, using standard DAX syntax. It cannot be an expression.

TRUE when the number of directly filtered values on columnName is one; otherwise returns FALSE.

  1. This function is similar to HASONEVALUE() with the difference that HASONEVALUE() works based on cross-filters while HASONEFILTER() works by a direct filter.

The following example shows how to use HASONEFILTER() to return the filter for ResellerSales_USD[ProductKey]) if there is one filter, or to return BLANK if there are no filters or more than one filter on ResellerSales_USD[ProductKey]).

=IF(HASONEFILTER(ResellerSales_USD[ProductKey]),FILTERS(ResellerSales_USD[ProductKey]),BLANK())

Community Additions

ADD
Show:
© 2014 Microsoft