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shein Frequent Visitor
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Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

I need help on below issue:

 

i have multiple database, i need to compute the "PPM" (parts per million). i get my rejection from my 1st databse and production volume on my 2nd database. i already made a relationship, but everytime i made a table, it can be filtered both at the same time...

 

can someone help me? how to do this please

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shein Frequent Visitor
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Re: Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

correction: it CAN'T be filtered.

Community Support Team
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Re: Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

@shein ,

 

You may check if the following post helps.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/One-slicer-for-two-tables-M-M/td-p/523095

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
shein Frequent Visitor
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Re: Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

i stil have problem..

 

see attached picture.

 

i have once slicer (with relationship on two different database which is year) but look at the output..

 

 

shein Frequent Visitor
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Re: Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

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shein Frequent Visitor
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Re: Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

as you can see, one table only show "30" in all month in Total rejection... it should be the left picture which is january 21 and feb 9.

 

however, same as the Prodcution Volume.

 

please help.

 

thank you so much.

shein Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Computation of two columns from two different field list entity

slicer must take effect on both table....

 

 

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