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mohsenvafa
Helper I
Helper I

DAX Record Count - One to Many

Hi

 

I am new to Power BI and DAX, I need help to write a query for my report. Can someone help me on this, please.

 

In my data model I have one to many relationship between two tables, Reviews and ReviewResponse. I would like to add a column in Reviews table to show True if there is any related record found in ReviewResponse or False if there is not. I addition, I want to count number of responses for each review. If there is no response, I expect to have 0 for thoese records. DISTINCTCOUNT(ReviewResponse[Id]) will work fine but it filters out reviews which doesn't have any responses. 
What is the right way to do this?

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AlexChen
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

Hi mohsenvafa,

 

For example, you have 2 table Review/ReviewResponse like below. They connected by Review[id] and ReviewResponse[reviewId].

 

Review:

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ReviewResponse:

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To show if the review have response or not, you can use RELATEDTABLE() to filter the responses. Please add a column like below:

 

hasanswer = if(countax(RELATEDTABLE(ReviewResponse), ReviewResponse[reviewId] = Reviews[id]) > 0, TRUE(), FALSE())

 

To show count of response you can use following DAX:

 

countOfResponse = if(countax(RELATEDTABLE(ReviewResponse), ReviewResponse[reviewId] = Reviews[id]) = BLANK(), 0, countax(RELATEDTABLE(ReviewResponse), ReviewResponse[reviewId] = Reviews[id]))

 

This is the result for Review Table:

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Best Regards

Alex

 

ankitpatira
Community Champion
Community Champion

@mohsenvafa Create calculated column using below DAX,

 

CalculatedColumn = 

IF( CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(ReviewResponses), FILTER( ReviewResponses, ReviewResponses[ReviewID] = EARLIER(Reviews[ID] ))) > 0, "True", "False")

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