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Trishbanerjee Frequent Visitor
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How to implement left outer join in Power BI

How can we implement left outer join with Power Bi during datamodelling?

I want to implement same functionalities like that in Qliksense or Crystal Reports

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Mariusz New Contributor
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Re: How to implement left outer join in Power BI

Hi @Trishbanerjee 

Please see the link to the Video below, 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUhjxQAiWRg

 

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Mariusz

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Mariusz New Contributor
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Re: How to implement left outer join in Power BI

Hi @Trishbanerjee 

 

Plesae see the below example where Product is on jour left side.

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Mariusz

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Trishbanerjee Frequent Visitor
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Re: How to implement left outer join in Power BI

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Hi @Mariusz  we have this m to n connection with SCD and Fosa data.But I want to have SCD to Fosa many to 1 connection which is currently not permitted.

Mariusz New Contributor
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Re: How to implement left outer join in Power BI

Hi @Trishbanerjee 

You can reate dimension table that can be used to filter both tables

 

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Mariusz

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Trishbanerjee Frequent Visitor
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Re: How to implement left outer join in Power BI

do you have any link for this kind of solution.Here SCD is like a central fact table and hence I want to make it in a many to 1 relationship

Mariusz New Contributor
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Re: How to implement left outer join in Power BI

Hi @Trishbanerjee 

Please see the link to the Video below, 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUhjxQAiWRg

 

Regards,
Mariusz

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