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svanwetswinkel
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Relationship detection

Hello, 

 

Does someone know what below relationship means with the strange arrows at the end? 

 

svanwetswinkel_0-1652689480060.png

 

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jcalheir
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Hello

 

This symbols represent a limited or a weak relationship.

 

Please lookup this article by Paul Turley

https://sqlserverbi.blog/2021/12/12/are-we-there-yet-composite-models-using-directquery-over-power-b...

 

Also, you can check a similar answer on the topic bellow.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Composite-Model-2-0-New-Relationship-icon-type/td-p/1890829

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AlexisOlson
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As @jcalheir mentions, it indicates a limited/weak relationship.

 

I just wanted to point out that I don't think they are intended to be arrows but more like a gap in the relationship like this:

-( )----▶----( )-

 

jcalheir
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Hello

 

This symbols represent a limited or a weak relationship.

 

Please lookup this article by Paul Turley

https://sqlserverbi.blog/2021/12/12/are-we-there-yet-composite-models-using-directquery-over-power-b...

 

Also, you can check a similar answer on the topic bellow.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Composite-Model-2-0-New-Relationship-icon-type/td-p/1890829

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