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# Sum of column instead of row

## Sum of column instead of row

(OP)
Hi,
I have got problem described on following picture:

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In table A there is SUM of Inventory Value = 1083. I spent a lot of time to get this SUM into every row in table B but with no result Anyone help me ??? Its urgent!!

Thx

### RE: Sum of column instead of row

You need to create a Calculated measure with the calculation as NULL.

Then using a Scope statement with the scope being the measure you can write the calculation to be the some of your inventory.

SUM([InventoryDim].[Inventory].[ALL], [Measures].[Inventory Value])

if done right the scope will force this value where ever it is placed.

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