I'm trying to achieve the following SQL Statement's result into Power BI.
SELECT Coalesce(c.name, 'Andre Transportører') AS name,
Coalesce(t2.totinv, 0) AS Invoiced,
Coalesce(t2.freightcost, 0) AS InvFreight,
Count(*) - Coalesce(t2.totinv, 0) AS NotInvoiced,
Coalesce(t2.freightcost, 0) / Coalesce(t2.totinv, 1) * ( Count(*) -
Coalesce(t2.totinv, 0) ) AS Avsetning
FROM carriers c
right join tplbookings t
ON c.id = t.carrierid
left join (SELECT i.carrierid,
Coalesce(Count(*), 0) AS TotInv,
+ Coalesce(w.totalamountfromcharges, 0)) AS
FROM waybills w
inner join invoices i
ON w.invoiceid = i.id
WHERE i.invoicestatus <> 'Draft'
AND i.customerid = 1067
AND w.departuredate BETWEEN
'2019-06-01' AND '2019-06-30'
GROUP BY i.carrierid) t2
ON t.carrierid = t2.carrierid
WHERE t.customerid = 1067
AND departuredate BETWEEN '2019-06-01' AND '2019-06-30'
GROUP BY c.name,
ORDER BY Count(*) DESC
I 'm getting the following end result with above SQL Statement.
Now, I have tried to apply the same relationship within my Power BI tables and and take all the parameters from the where conditions as a slicer in Power BI and Select statement as a column from table. Still I'm not getting the correct result.
What I'm missing here in relationship? Or what is the best way to achieve this type of result in Power BI?