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Anonymous
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Association and required a common filter between two tables

Hi i have 3 table 

 

Table1= Contact_Details[Date]

Table2=Engagement_Details[Date]

Table3=Calender[Date]

I have above data modelI have above data model

if i select a blank( Calender[date]), it shows values in a barchart.Association2.png

 

 

 

if i select a particular date(Calender[date]), its not shows any values in a bar chart.

Association3.png

 

Want common date filter and it should associate with all other table.

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Anonymous
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I found the solution. 

 

In data view all dates are present in date format..

 

but in powerquery all dates are present in datetime format.

after change the date column, datatime format into date format.

 

Association works.

 

 

 

 

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Greg_Deckler
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What measure or column aggregation are you using in your chart?


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Anonymous
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Hai,

 

All are columns.

just i loaded the data from source(Table1 & Table2).

In powerbi just  i create calender table(Calender = CALENDAR(DATE(2018,9,1),DATE(2021,12,31))) only.

Hi @Anonymous,

 

According to your snapshot, it seems like blank item(no matched) can display visual graph. I'd like to suggest you double check your relationships to confirm if they have correct mapping two tables.

 

For example: switch date slicer to between mode with a large date range to apply on visuals.

 

BTW, it will be help if you share some sample data for test.

 

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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I found the solution. 

 

In data view all dates are present in date format..

 

but in powerquery all dates are present in datetime format.

after change the date column, datatime format into date format.

 

Association works.

 

 

 

 

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