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I don't know of any way to use an Action Filter within a calculated field. One way to get your desired results is to duplicate your data source and then edit the relationships between the primary and secondary to remove the linking fields that would add too much detail (such as provider in your case). Then you can have a worksheet that shows the chosen provider and the totals. I've set an example up in the attached, using Sub-Category in place of Provider.
I realise you may have had the solution from when you asked this question.
I am looking into this now and you can use actions in Calculated field by using [Action(your field here)].
I have only just found this out and am still trying to find best practice with this and how to utilise this with my query.
Hope this helps as I saw this when looking into this myself.
Hi this is exactly what I am looking for?
has anyone found a solution
Have you found any solution for this?
I need to add same in my dashboard.
No. I cant implement the correct answer marked here.
It says action() is not a function