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CJ_96601 Helper I
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Relationships

Dear All, 

 

Is it possible to create a table that holds all dates to and build the relationship to calendar using only that one date, like interval match in qlikview.

 

  Example

 

  Table 1                                   Interval Match                                  Calendar

     Order Date                               Date                                              Date

     Delivery Date                                                                                 Year

 

Table 2

    Purchase Date

    Payment Date

 

Table 3

    Return Date

    Acceptance Date

 

Below is the diagram for easy reference

Relationship - Q.JPG

Thanks

 

 

   

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: Relationships

Hi @CJ_96601 ,

 

You can create a calculated table using DAX below, then create relationship with Calendar table.

 

Date table= UNION(
SELECTCOLUMNS('Table1',"Date1",[Order Date ],"Date2",[Delivery Date ]),
SELECTCOLUMNS('Table2',"Date1",[Purchase Date],"Date2",[Payment Date]),
SELECTCOLUMNS('Table3',"Date1",[Return Date],"Date2",[Acceptance Date]))

Best Regards,

Amy

 

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Uzi2019 Advocate I
Advocate I

Re: Relationships

hi @CJ_96601 

 

If possible would you please share me sample file if it does not contain any sensitive data. or create small sample data and share so that i will try to solve the problem.

 

thanks,

Uzma


 

 

 

   


 

Community Support
Community Support

Re: Relationships

Hi @CJ_96601 ,

 

You can create a calculated table using DAX below, then create relationship with Calendar table.

 

Date table= UNION(
SELECTCOLUMNS('Table1',"Date1",[Order Date ],"Date2",[Delivery Date ]),
SELECTCOLUMNS('Table2',"Date1",[Purchase Date],"Date2",[Payment Date]),
SELECTCOLUMNS('Table3',"Date1",[Return Date],"Date2",[Acceptance Date]))

Best Regards,

Amy

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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