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How to multiply two columns from two different tables(Direct query)

Hi everyone

I have a report in direct query.

Consider I have 2 tables(table1 and table2) which both have a column that contains stock items. The relation is one to many.

how can I calculate Table1[Qty]*Table2[Price] for each Stock item? (I did it by creating a measure but when I use Card, the filters doesn't apply on it , but in a table, it works perfect)

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Super User

@Matt_Gol , As suggested by @Luuky  Try SUMX with related. If there is 1-M relationship between Table 2 to table 1 it should work

example

Sumx(Table1, Table1[Qty]*related(Table2[Price]))

if not then you might have do more work

example

Sumx(Table1, Table1[Qty]*Maxx(filter(Table2, Table[Item] = Table2[Item]) , Table2[Price]))

you can more conditions in second one as per need

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Helper I

Thank you guys, it works. Much appreciated for your help

Super User

@Matt_Gol , As suggested by @Luuky  Try SUMX with related. If there is 1-M relationship between Table 2 to table 1 it should work

example

Sumx(Table1, Table1[Qty]*related(Table2[Price]))

if not then you might have do more work

example

Sumx(Table1, Table1[Qty]*Maxx(filter(Table2, Table[Item] = Table2[Item]) , Table2[Price]))

you can more conditions in second one as per need

Helper I

Hi @Matt_Gol ,

Try Sumx for it in a measure. If thats not working then I need some visualisation of the tables and how they are related.

Greetings,

Luuk

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