I need to create a table and then with this table, to create another table. But the first table need to be created from a selection.
Tried everything and I just can't go on.
The measure getting the selectedvalue:
Selected = SELECTEDVALUE(dProducts[ProductCode])
The first table attempt :
FilteredBySelectedValue = Var _ProductCode = [Selected] Return ROW( "ProductCode",_ProductCode)
The second table attempt :
fBasketRelated = FILTER( CROSSJOIN( VALUES(FilteredBySelectedValue[ProductCode]),SELECTCOLUMNS( VALUES( fSalesDetails[ProductCode]),"RProductCode",[ProductCode])),[ProductCode]>[RProductCode])
The result : Nowhere.
The model :
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I think it depends what you expect to do with the result. If you start constructing a table from a selectedvalue in a filter context then you can use that table in memory and transform it as needed but the final return value needs to be scalar (a count of rows, or a CONCATENATEX of values).
So, if got it right, my final result needs to be a measure, because a table return more than one result.
If so, there is no solution for my needs?
Because I need to create a table :
Table = FILTER( CROSSJOIN( VALUES(FilteredBySelectedValue[ProductCode]),SELECTCOLUMNS( VALUES( fSalesDetails[ProductCode]),"RProductCode",[ProductCode])),[ProductCode]>[RProductCode])
And the first values ("VALUES(FilteredBySelectedValue[ProductCode])") needs to come from a selectedvalue.
your final result type must match the type of the original value.
How do you expect to consume the table that you created out of a scalar value?
I thought that with this code I would create a table with a single row and column(Figure 1), and it seems a scalar result because it is only one of it's kind. Please, note that if I set the value manually (VAR _ProductCodeTyped ) I get the desired value and I can consume the table to generate the second table (figure 2).
And then with the second table I would create columns and measures.
If I got your question right. @lbendlin .
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