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Wrong releationship of Table values

Hi everybody,

 

I am facing following issue: I have two tables (see below Table A and Table B) and I want to display the relation of the columns FC and Cat. The releation is given over the the column LookUp. The problem is that for every Cat the matrix is showing me the relation to the very first value of the column FC.

Current result

CatFC
ETS_ABAA
ETS_ETKA
ETS_KKKA
ETS_ABAA
ETS_OIIA
ETS_KKJA

 

Expected Result

 

CatFC
ETS_ABAA
ETS_ETKA
ETS_KKKC
ETS_ABAB
ETS_OIIC
ETS_KKJD

 

Table A

CatLookUp
ETS_ABAFID_1
ETS_ETKFID_1
ETS_KKKFID_3
ETS_ABAFID_2
ETS_OIIFID_3
ETS_KKJFID_4

 

Table B

LookUp AFC
FID_1A
FID_1A
FID_3C
FID_2B
FID_3C
FID_4D

 

 

 

 

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Re: Wrong releationship of Table values

@EmPi 

Select Table A and Merge with Table B on Lookup Column.
Modify the code, including the Table. Distinct around #"Table B"

= Table.NestedJoin(Source, {"LookUp"}, Table.Distinct(#"Table B"), {"LookUp A"}, "Table B", JoinKind.LeftOuter)

 
Expand the new merged column on FC

Fowmy_0-1600513120185.png

Result

Fowmy_1-1600513164179.png

 

 

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Re: Wrong releationship of Table values

@EmPi 

Select Table A and Merge with Table B on Lookup Column.
Modify the code, including the Table. Distinct around #"Table B"

= Table.NestedJoin(Source, {"LookUp"}, Table.Distinct(#"Table B"), {"LookUp A"}, "Table B", JoinKind.LeftOuter)

 
Expand the new merged column on FC

Fowmy_0-1600513120185.png

Result

Fowmy_1-1600513164179.png

 

 

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Re: Wrong releationship of Table values

@EmPi 

 

Well, in modeling, you cannot create many-to-one relationship if the one side has unique values, If you arrange your table in that way, you do the modilng 

 

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