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Suggestions/Ideas on building a Segregation of Duties (SoD) matrix in Power BI

Hi all, 


Currently I am looking at the opportunities of building a Segregation of Duties (SoD) matrix in Power BI. I want to build this for several company applications.


The idea is I think pretty simple, here below you find the concept:




If something like this is possible in Power BI, what should the data and the data model look like?? Important is A. to check whether the combination exists in the application permission data and B. to evaluate whether the combination is authorized.


Thanks for your help, ideas and suggestions!!


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Hi! I am trying to achieve the same. Were you able to find an elegant solution for this?

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Hi @Johajong ,


Please refer to this: 


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Your screenshot doesn't give enough information as to how to evaluate a condition. Provide sample data and the expected output.



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