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MdJ83
Helper II
Helper II

Formatting a table column into multiple lines

Im looking to either do this in DAX or Power query to create a new table where some of the colums need to become a row and duplicate some of the information in the row against the column.

 

Maybe easier to show in the example

 

Original Data        
NameStatusRatingScoreID1ID2ID3ID4ID5Date
ABCExpiredLow1302345212123123131224 1/01/2020
EFGAcceptedHigh154567    1/01/2020
HIJAcceptedMedium120678908   1/01/2020
KLMAcceptedHigh110     1/01/2020
          
          
Outcome         
NoNameStatusRatingScoreDate    
23452ABCExpiredLow1301/01/2020    
12123ABCExpiredLow1301/01/2020    
1231ABCExpiredLow1301/01/2020    
31224ABCExpiredLow1301/01/2020    
4567EFGAcceptedHigh152/01/2020    
678HIJAcceptedMedium1203/01/2020    
908HIJAcceptedMedium1204/01/2020    
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SamInogic
Super User
Super User

Hi @MdJ83 ,

 

You can below steps to achieve the required outcome,

  1. Open your table in Power Query Editor as shown in below screenshot,

    pict1.png
  2. Select the columns >> ID1, ID2, ID3, ID4 >> click on transform menu from menu bar >> Click on Unpivot Selected Columns option. Please refer to the below screenshot for the same.

    pict2.png

  3. This will create two new columns as Attribute and Value. Rename the Value Column as “No”.

    pict3.png
  4. Now Close and Apply the changes and add the table on the report with required columns as shown in the below screenshot.
    pict4.png

Thanks!

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SamInogic
Super User
Super User

Hi @MdJ83 ,

 

You can below steps to achieve the required outcome,

  1. Open your table in Power Query Editor as shown in below screenshot,

    pict1.png
  2. Select the columns >> ID1, ID2, ID3, ID4 >> click on transform menu from menu bar >> Click on Unpivot Selected Columns option. Please refer to the below screenshot for the same.

    pict2.png

  3. This will create two new columns as Attribute and Value. Rename the Value Column as “No”.

    pict3.png
  4. Now Close and Apply the changes and add the table on the report with required columns as shown in the below screenshot.
    pict4.png

Thanks!

Inogic Professional Services Division

Power Platform and Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM Development – All under one roof!

Drop an email at crm@inogic.com

Services:  http://www.inogic.com/services/

Power Platform/Dynamics 365 CRM Tips and Tricks:  http://www.inogic.com/blog/

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