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Hi everyone,


I want to know the ds_request_id's with the status 'Unregistered, 'Registration Failed', or 'Retired'. 


Sometimes a ds_request_id has more than 1 meter, so it shows 'Registered' and 'Unregistered'. For example, ID 1173391 says Registered and Unregistered. Now, I only want to see the ID's which have no Registered meter.


ds_request_id is from the first, identification is from the second and status is from the third selected table.


Tables starting with 'monitor' are from a DirectQuery connection and the other tables are from an import connection. 

I tried using LOOKUPVALUE and CALCULATE, but DirectQuery doesn't allow that.


Does anyone know a solution? Thanks in advance!

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@Fatih1907 , Measure to get no Registered ds_request_id ids


countx(filter(summarize(Table, Table[ds_request_id], "_1", countrows(filter(Table, Table[Status] = "Registered"))), isblank(_1)),[ds_request_id])


plot with ds_request_id, if needed

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Hi Amitchandak,


Thanks for your reply. I used another measure (with calculate, but not in a directquery table) and it worked. Your measure gave an error, but that is not a problem anymore 😉


Could you please have a look at my other topic? 

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