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Rigoleto Member
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Fields of a table don't have the same order than the creation script

 

Hey guys,

 

need your help with something, I have created a table using DAX, and something stranger is happening, you can notice that the script to create the table has a specific order, in me sample you can see that the field "ACT. DZ" is the fourth in the list but, when is has being created then it shwoing in the first position in the grid, why?

 

Just I am union two tables with the same quantity of columns and names but, it suppose this field should be in the fouth position and not in the first one, this is doing that the vaules are shwoing to the first position, check the second figure the red box show where the data has being showing, the black box should be the correct position

 

remember I am union two tables, I am summing and avege some values

 

 

order.pngposition.png

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Moderator v-yuezhe-msft
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Re: Fields of a table don't have the same order than the creation script

@Rigoleto,

Please share sample data of your original table following the instructions in this thread.

Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
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