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VitaliiCH17
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How to use parametets in the USERELATIONSHIP function?

Hi,

In my fact table, I have three date columns - Invoice Date, COPA Date, and Posting Date. Based on requirements user should have the possibility to filter data based on the selected date type.

I've linked the Date table with the fact table by three connections and created a slicer with three date types - Invoice Date, COPA Date, and Posting Date.

I would like to change the second parameter in the USERELATIONSHIP based on the selection in my slider.

For instance, when the user selects Invoice Date in the slider - the second parameter is 'Facts'[Invoice Date].

Is this possible to do? 

 

Regards,

Vitalii 

 

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sevenhills
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See if this article help you

 

https://www.daxpatterns.com/parameter-table/

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