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JustinZZ
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Best way to combine.

So I have two data sources - one is an aging report, and one is an open job report. They each share common salespeople. I currently have a page setup with the aging data visualized on one side and the open orders on the other. 

How would I go about creating a single list of salespeople that when clicked affects both report types?

 

 

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jthomson
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

You could join the two queries you have already on the salesperson columns, get rid of everything else in your new table then remove the duplicates, relate it to your existing tables and you should be good to go

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v-ljerr-msft
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Hi @JustinZZ,

 

Have you tried the solution provided by @jthomson above? Does it work in your scenario? If it works, could you accept it as solution to close this thread?

 

If you still have any question on this issue, feel free to post here. Smiley Happy

 

Regards

jthomson
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

You could join the two queries you have already on the salesperson columns, get rid of everything else in your new table then remove the duplicates, relate it to your existing tables and you should be good to go

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