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Error due to "missing" relationship in a DAX when I switched to Direct Query



I converted a PBI report from import to Direct Query to a SQL Server. All the relationships between tables are identical in Import and DQ mode. The same DAX function in DQ has an error: The column CURVE_PROPERTY[Update Owner] either doesn't exist or doesn't have a relationship to any table available in the current context.



The relationship in all 3 tables is based on CurveId column


How can I solve this issue?


Thank you

Resolver IV
Resolver IV


Try changing the relationship to BI-directional.


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