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Create New Table based on two other tables for a map

Contact and Centre are two different table with two column Name and Adresse. I want create a new table with three column :

FULLNAME ; ADRESSE ; TYPE (for filter by type Contact or Centre).

 

How I can do that :

1 - Create this Table with two different tables (If it's needed for the map ...)

2 - Create this map (what kind of map i can used, because I have more than 10 000 adresses and 80 Centres)

 

Thank a lot for your help.

 

Tristan


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Registered: ‎06-28-2018

Re: Create New Table based on two other tables for a map

1. Add new column in both tables first. You could use Add column from examples. You could add the column TYPE in both tables. Type in Centre or Contact. 

 

2. After adding this, you can now use Append. Select any table then click on Edit Queries. Click on Append Queries in the Home tab, select Append Queries as New. Then select the two tables which you will combine. This will create a new table which contains all the data from the two tables. 

 

 

- You could use the Map visuals for this. 

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Posts: 32
Registered: ‎06-28-2018

Re: Create New Table based on two other tables for a map

1. Add new column in both tables first. You could use Add column from examples. You could add the column TYPE in both tables. Type in Centre or Contact. 

 

2. After adding this, you can now use Append. Select any table then click on Edit Queries. Click on Append Queries in the Home tab, select Append Queries as New. Then select the two tables which you will combine. This will create a new table which contains all the data from the two tables. 

 

 

- You could use the Map visuals for this. 

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Registered: ‎07-25-2018

Re: Create New Table based on two other tables for a map

Hi @Tbourgoin

 

You may also use UNION Function to get the third table as requested and then add column to get the Type column. 

 

Regards,

Cherie

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