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airwolf39
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Child Part Help

Hi folks,

 

I have 3 tables:

  1.  Parts table (the main table where all SKUs are held) - byu the way, we call "SKU"the "BOM#"... dont ask me why lol
  2. Open Sales table (The table that has sales by SKU)
  3. Single Bom Table (The table that has all the child parts by sku)

The Single Bom Table and Open Sales Table are both connected with a one to many relationship to the Parts Table.

 

The problem is that we have sales on parts that are not on the bill of material table because we source them already assembled. When i use the BOM# from the Parts table, it iterates through every single child part. I think this is because AAO-5586-01 does not have child parts.

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What i want is for the parent to only show its child parts. If a BOM# does not have a child part, then i want the child part to be blank.

airwolf39_1-1631128695139.png

 

Thanks,

Brian

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airwolf39
Resolver II
Resolver II

I figured it out but it would be too complicated to give the answer here.  I marked this as complete.

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airwolf39
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Resolver II

I figured it out but it would be too complicated to give the answer here.  I marked this as complete.

v-jayw-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @airwolf39 ,

 

It's hard to reproduce the scenario, can you share some sample data?

You could check the topic about How-to-Get-Your-Question-Answered-Quickly .

 

Best Regards,

Jay

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airwolf39
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Note that I am using Bom# from the parts table (the dim table) and the "child part" from the single level bom table (a fact table). Open sales Qty is from the Open Sales table (a fact table).

 

I am pretty sure that is what is causing my issue but i dont know of any way around it...

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