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Spencer
Helper II
Helper II

Dividing by column in another table

Hi

 

I have a bunch of em_codes associated with my calculated column ALRemain. I want a new column which divides the ALRemain by a value associated with the em_code (the hours column), which can be found in my EmCode Table.

What would be the best method to achieve this?

 

Thanks

AL RemainAL RemainEmCodes TableEmCodes Table

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ankitpatira
Community Champion
Community Champion

@Spencer Create relationship between Hours and ALRemain table using em_code column ie 1 to many relation from Hours table to ALRemain table. Then in ALRemain table create calculated column as below,

 

='TABLENAME'[alremain] / RELATED(TABLENAME[hours])

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ankitpatira
Community Champion
Community Champion

@Spencer Create relationship between Hours and ALRemain table using em_code column ie 1 to many relation from Hours table to ALRemain table. Then in ALRemain table create calculated column as below,

 

='TABLENAME'[alremain] / RELATED(TABLENAME[hours])

Yes that's it!

Thanks very much.

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