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DanBusIntel Member
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Re: Replicate this SQL in DAX

@Stachu

 

I've implemented what you've provided in your most recent post. I can see what you are doing, and if I am correct in that, I had to tweak the:

VALUES ( refCLERICAL_TOTAL_MARK[Id] )

 to reference 'refCLERICAL_TOTAL_MARK[script_validation_id].

 

The problem is, when I use the measure but bring in other fields/columns from the tables in the data model it makes it so the IDs 11 and 12 are shown in the visual. This is the reason I was heading down the route of a calculated table. I wanted to restrict the rows by those that only appear in the SCRIPT_VALIDATION,  CORRECTIONS,  and CLERICAL_TOTAL_MARK tables. Put these restricted rows in a table and then the user can swap fields/columns from the calcated table.

 

Right now, I can't see the wood for the trees.

 

I'm digesting your queries to understand different techniques. Although it's not doing as I wanted, I'll be suprised if what I want isn't acheivable but I don't know how to acheive it at the moment, I will give you a thumbs up (kudos) because you have been extremely helpful. Thanks.

Stachu Super Contributor
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Re: Replicate this SQL in DAX

hmm, I see few ways of approaching this:

1) include in every measure you show:

                INTERSECT (
                    ALL ( SCRIPT_VALIDATION[id] ),
                    VALUES ( refCLERICAL_TOTAL_MARK[script_validation_id] )
                )

which is annoying

2) removing the troublesome ids in PowerQuery - but most likely it's not an option? do you need them in other views/visuals?
3) adding the piece of code I posted earlier to yor calculated table

 

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