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Anonymous
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Formulas produce multiple rows instead of single rows

I hope someone can please help me with this issue.  I have tables that Power BI does not relate correctly.

In my table visual, I am trying to get two dates on the same row so that I can subtract them.  However, the two dates appear on different rows.  I am getting double the rows in my visualization.   

For the data below, these are the two Calculated columns for the two dates:

Complete Intake Review = IF(AND('History: Case Detail'[Field]="Deal_Status__c",'History: Case Detail'[OldValue]="Intake Review"),'History: Case Detail'[CreatedDate].[Date],BLANK())

 

New Intake Review = IF(AND('History: Case Detail'[Field]="Deal_Status__c",'History: Case Detail'[NewValue]="Intake Review"),'History: Case Detail'[CreatedDate].[Date],BLANK())

 

These two dates are named the same -- CreatedDate and CreatedDate.   I use the Created Date when NewValue is filtered for “Intake Review” and I use the Created Date when OldValue is filtered for “Intake Review”.  The data source is Salesforce. The dates represent the beginning and end of a duration of time. 

I need them to appear on the same row so that I can subtract them. However, they appear on different rows in the visual.

The two tables “Case Detail” (the one) and “History:  Case Detail” (the many) are automatically many-to-one in the data model.  Case Detail[id) is a key and History: Case Detail[Parentid] is a key.  Cross filter direction is single pointing from Case Detail to  History:Case Detail.

Any suggestions are welcome.  Thank you.

 

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Anonymous
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This is what the visual looks like.  I have not tried SELECTEDVALUE, but I will now.  Thanks.

 

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tamerj1
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Super User

Hi @Anonymous 

how does your visual look like? Did you try to add these columns as measures using for example SELECTEDVALUE?

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