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If any related object fullfills condition dont show it

Hello all


Following situation:

Order Table with orders and a Booking Table with Bookings.

Any Order can have multiple bookings.


I only want to show Orders where NO booking's "Till" Date is in the future.


These two ID's have a Booking that is valid Till 31.03.2020.

Here you see all Booking Dates from these ID's


When i filter the Till date for only show the orders with a booking in the past, it ignores just that one booking.

But it shows the order anyways because there is another booking that fullfills the condition.





Is there any way to say that it should check the latest booking or something?


Many thanks


Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

If slicer are from same table fields, you can't achieve this. I'd like to suggest you write a measure with unrelated slicer to compare selection with current row contents and return tag as filter.

Applying a measure filter in Power BI

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Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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