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gramespa
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Rebuild SQL Code in DAX or M

Hi all,

 

I hope this question isn't too unique:

 

I would like to find out wheter it is feasable to rebuild to SQL-Code somehow using DAX or M to create some sort of calculatet table?

 

INSERT INTO "Table"("XY","XX","YY","V")
Select
    "EKPO"."MANDT" || "EKPO"."EBELN"||"EKPO"."EBELP" AS "XY"
    ,'Create Purchase Order Item 'as "XX"
    ,"EKKO"."AEDAT" AS "YY"
    ,20 AS "V"
FROM "EKPO"

JOIN "EKKO" ON
"EKPO"."EBELN"="EKKO"."EBELN" AND
"EKPO"."MANDT"="EKKO"."MANDT"

Where "EKKO"."BSTYP"='F';
 
 
Any ideas on this?
 
Thank you all
 
Best regards
 
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sturlaws
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Hi, @gramespa,

 

assuming you have the tables EKPO and EKKO in your model, you can handle this in Power Query/M.

 

First use the the Merge queries as new-function. Choose the to column to join on and change join type to inner join. Expand the column with "Table" as values. Now select three columns you want to concatenate, right click and select merge columns. Filter the column BSTYP=F. Add custom columns for "XX" and "V" with constant value. Now remove all unneccessary columns.

 

Cheers,
Sturla

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution. Kudos are nice too.

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sturlaws
Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Hi, @gramespa,

 

assuming you have the tables EKPO and EKKO in your model, you can handle this in Power Query/M.

 

First use the the Merge queries as new-function. Choose the to column to join on and change join type to inner join. Expand the column with "Table" as values. Now select three columns you want to concatenate, right click and select merge columns. Filter the column BSTYP=F. Add custom columns for "XX" and "V" with constant value. Now remove all unneccessary columns.

 

Cheers,
Sturla

If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution. Kudos are nice too.

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