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Anonymous
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AND logic when filtering delimited table values to multiple selection in slicer

I have 2 tables (table 1, table 2) that are connected by an ID column.

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Model:

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Basically, I wanted to have multiple selected values from the Item slicer and display them in the table visual with an output that has both/all of the selected slicer values that looks like this:

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but it displays the selected values in an OR logic instead of showing only values that have both/all of the selected slicer values:

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the last row should not be included since it only has the item. 

 

 

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amitchandak
Super User
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@Anonymous , use a measure like

measure =
var _cnt = calculate(distinctcount(Table2[Item]), allselected(Table2))
return
countx(filter(summarize(Table1, Table[ID],"_1" ,distinctcount(Table2[Item])),[_1] >=_cnt),[ID])

Anonymous
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The count measure is already working as it only counts the valid records that have all of the selected slicer values, but how do I reflect it on my table to show only these records? 

 

ex. in this scenario, I wanted to reflect only 1 unique record on the table visual as it displays in the measure

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