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I am trying to get the locationame from another table by using lookupvalue.


Test3 = LOOKUPVALUE(ProductieLocatie[ProductieLocatie Naam];ProductieLocatie[BK_DYN_ProductieLocatieid];NormAfwijkingsTaken[DYN_ProductielocatieID])


based on the id, but i can't seem to get it to work. 



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I assume the following: you try to create a calculated column as LOOKUPVALUE will not work inside a measure, at lease I never tried to.


But then, what is exactly your problem? Do you get an error, or "just" wrong results. If you get an error, it's most probable, that the function is not able to determine a distinct value.


Maybe this site might help:

If my assumptions are wrong and your issue are not covered from my suggestions, please elaborate more on your issue and you might also consider to create a pbix with some sample data, upload the pbix to onedrive or dropbox and share the link.




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