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Relationship Query

I'm new to Power BI and trying to figure out how to utilise relationship data between 2 csv's and would appreciate it if someone here can assist.

 

Example:

I have a CSV file with computer IP addresses on them, eg 192.168.1.101 and another CSV of all the subnets that we have, eg Office: Australia, Subnet: 192.168.1.0/24

 

Query:

Is there a way for me to link the 2 csv's together and have Power BI display which Office the computer belongs to?

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Re: Relationship Query

in power query you can merge the 2 tables on the IP (as long as there is a match) and make sure you bring through the computer name when you merge them

 

or in the data model in power bi, create a relationship between the 2 and then return the computer name in the visual of your choice





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Re: Relationship Query

Hi @it,

 

I agree with vanessafvg's point of view, you can take a look below formulas if it suitable for your requirement:

 

1. Table.Join function(Power query)

StepName= Table.Join(table1, key1, table2, key2, JoinKind.Inner)

 

2. NATURALINNERJOIN Function(DAX)

MergeTable= NATURALINNERJOIN(<leftJoinTable>, <rightJoinTable>) 

 

 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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