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Having trouble converting the following sql query into dax. Any help much appreciated!

Hello All,


I am pretty new to power BI and am having trouble converting the following sql query into Dax. Any help much appreciated!


select tms_procurement_field_values.procurement_request_id, tms_procurement_field_values.value  
FROM tms_procurement_field_values, vw_tms_procurement_requests, vw_tms_tickets 
WHERE = tms_procurement_field_values.procurement_request_id 
and = vw_tms_procurement_requests.ticket_id 
and vw_tms_tickets.customer_id = 4145 
and tms_procurement_field_values.field_id = 38174 
and vw_tms_procurement_requests.purpose_name = 'Complimentary Event' ;
Community Support
Community Support

Hi ryankahn,


What's the relationship between tables tms_procurement_field_values, vw_tms_procurement_requests and vw_tms_tickets? Which ones are dimensional tables and which one is fact table? If you have no need to achieve aggregation value, it's simple to achieve this, drag columns [procurement_request_id] , [value] and id from two tables into a same chart, then use visual level filter to set some filters: vw_tms_tickets.customer_id = 4145 , tms_procurement_field_values.field_id = 38174 , vw_tms_procurement_requests.purpose_name = 'Complimentary Event'



Jimmy Tao

Super User
Super User

If you use the Advanced option when connecting to SQL Server you can just paste in your SQL code.

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