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Share data in a format that can be pasted in an MS Excel file, explain the question and show the expected result.
In the Query Editor, append the 2 tables (call that table Data). Create a single column table with all unique Names (call this table Names). Create a many to one relationship from the Data table and Product table to the Names table. To your visual, drag Name from the Names table. Write this measure
Measure = if(sum(Data[Balance])=0,blank(),sum(Product[Price]))
Hope this helps.
i can't actullay do that, it's ver complicated cube with alot of relationships, i just tried to simplfy as mush as i can, but iused another measure
I can only assume based on your dax that both tables filter the Products table. If this is the case you can try
NOT ISBLANK ( RELATED ( Bi_Balance_All[Units at Stock] ) )
|| NOT ISBLANK ( RELATED ( Bi_Basket_all[Basket Uints] ) )
Hi @Amrselim1989 ,
Try this kind of structure:
no i can't the Basket Uints is coming from another table not table 2
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