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Good morning!


So, i have 2 tables. One its called fProjects and other dUsers. Each row on fProjects means a unique project, and each row on dUsers means a unique user. In fProjects i have a column of project team, that is a List of ID's of Users.


I want to make a filter that shows just users participating on some project and if i filter by project, just the users of this project.


The relationship between the two tables is *-1 which means each user participate many projects.


any ideas?


Thank u so much!

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Hi @kevinEGE ,

Can you please share a pbix or some dummy data that keep the raw data structure with expected results? It should help us clarify your scenario and test to coding formula.

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The relationship is *:* That is pretty much the worst case scenario when combined with your need to filter both ways.


It may work but you won't be able to use that data model for anything else. 


Read about Star Schema / Snowflake Schema, and about the conceptual difference between these and the Associative Model of Qlik.

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