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FAA
Helper I
Helper I

how to work with FULLER OUTER Join table

Hi All,

 

I have four data sources. 

2 are dimension tables for the SKU codes and for the Market hierarchy.

 

The other two are:

One source contains the order data (S1). The other contains (S2) constraints data.

I have connected S1 and S2 via full outer join and getting something like this:

 

S1.CodeS1.MarketS1.OrderS1.DateS2.CodeS2.MarketS2.ConstraintS2.Date
121abc100007/20/2021121abc20007/20/2021
    130abc50007/28/2021
150xyz10006/20/2021    

 

Now the issue is that I m unable to connect it to dimension table because of some blank rows. If I connect it via S1.code then I miss some data in Source 2 (eg for code 130). 

In excel I coul add a column which says if S1.code or S2.code is blank, we should take the not blank value. But how do I do this in PowerBI so that I can create a relationship and all data is captured?


Would highly appreciate any help on this!

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MrSujay
Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi @FAA 

You can add a custom column and add below DAX formula.

 

SCode = IF(AR[S1.Code] = BLANK() ,AR[S2.code],AR[S1.Code])

 

 

MrSujay_0-1627458266094.png


Now Just create relation ship with dimension table using column Scode = S1.code and Scode = S2.Code.

to know more about how to create a relationship follow this document.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/transform-model/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Thanks,

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



 

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MrSujay
Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi @FAA 

You can add a custom column and add below DAX formula.

 

SCode = IF(AR[S1.Code] = BLANK() ,AR[S2.code],AR[S1.Code])

 

 

MrSujay_0-1627458266094.png


Now Just create relation ship with dimension table using column Scode = S1.code and Scode = S2.Code.

to know more about how to create a relationship follow this document.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/transform-model/desktop-create-and-manage-relationships

Thanks,

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



 

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Thank you so much. Turns out was pretty simple 😊

Really appreciate your help!

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