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Drilldown/not showing correct values

Hello,I am quite new to Power BI and I am encountering the following issues:

I have four tables (A, B, C, and D) that are related as shown in the screenshot below. I need a chart to display the count of signed documents by the main office. Additionally, when drilling down into a main office, the chart should show the count of signed documents by each sub-office.

My issue is that the bar chart displays the correct count of signed documents by the main office (e.g., main office MD shows a count of 100 signed documents). However, when I drill down to view the counts by sub-office, it shows the same value for all sub-offices (e.g., md1: 100, md2: 100, md3: 100). The counts are not displaying correctly for the sub-offices. How do I resolve this issue?




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Hi @Prarav ,

Looking at the relationship, TableD's filter can't filter TableB. If the amount of data is small, try changing the direction of the cross-filter between TableC and TableD to both.


Bidirectional cross-filtering in Power BI Desktop - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

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Community Support Team


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If I misunderstand your needs or you still have problems on it, please feel free to let us know. Thanks a lot!

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I tried changing the direction of the cross-filter between TableC and TableD but still not working. 

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