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WuchaDoin
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Can't get unmatched values from table relationships

To be brief, I am using data from FishBowl and are trying to filter out any sales orders that have no shipping dates. The problem is that I can do this in MS Access, but can't figure it out in Power BI. I have already done extensive research, but nothing was resulting in a solution for my specific problem. This is my setup in Access and it gives me the results I want. IIRC the relationships are as follows (from left to right):

One to one, Many to one, Many to one.

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And the results:

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And here is how I have it setup in Power BI. The relationships follow (from left to right):

Many to one, Many to one, Many to many (both).

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But the issue is no matter what relationships I give between these tables, I cannot filter out sales orders that have no shipping dates. Basically, the end result that I am looking to achieve is there will be a toggle button that will filter out sales order that do and don't have shipping dates.

 

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WuchaDoin
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Found the solution. This one worked for me. Oddly enough, relationships alone do not give you the output of unmatched values. You have to merge the queries.

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WuchaDoin
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Found the solution. This one worked for me. Oddly enough, relationships alone do not give you the output of unmatched values. You have to merge the queries.

WuchaDoin
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I went ahead and shrunk the issue to two very simple tables. I have set the appropriate primary keys and tried every single relationship type and I still couldn't get g, h, or i to show. Oddly enough, I don't even know why the ID column is showing 1 for everything - although that is a different issue.

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