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Anonymous
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Grouping by Primary Key

Hi All,

 

Do you all know how I could group these values together in PBI to make each distinct inspection it's own row? I have joined these tables together in the power query editor and placed all the values in VM_Patrol as it is the parent table. Each of these tables have inspection and supply information about them inspection.

 

Thanks!

 

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@Anonymous Well, all I can say is that there is something about those two rows that is causing Power BI to think that one is unique over the other. I can't tell what because I can't see all of your columns. It should *not* be any numeric column assuming you have an aggregation on those. So it must be some text column.


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@Anonymous Difficult to say, you need to make sure you are aggregating and not having things set to "Do not summarize"


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Hi Greg, I have sum on all of them. Any other suggestions? I've looked at the group by function in the power query editor, but that doesn't seem to be the correct solution either.

@Anonymous Well, all I can say is that there is something about those two rows that is causing Power BI to think that one is unique over the other. I can't tell what because I can't see all of your columns. It should *not* be any numeric column assuming you have an aggregation on those. So it must be some text column.


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