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xelan79
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New Table does not appear in the relationship view

Hello,

I am just starting with PowerBi and perhaps somebody can help me in this issue.
I have created a new table in the Data Model View. FieldsView.jpg

First question: Why is the symbol of the table different to the others? Does it mean "Calculated table" and the normal table can only be created in the Query Editor?

My main problem is, that this table does not appear in the relationsship view? neither on the board or in the field pane.

xelan79_1-1637188632461.png

Does somebody know what I am doing wrong?

Best
Alex

 

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KNP
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Yes, that is the icon for a table created in DAX as opposed to Power Query.

 

I can't think of any reason for the table to not appear straight away. 

You could try refreshing or save, close and reopen. 

Have I solved your problem?
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AlexisOlson
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Is the calculated table hidden offscreen?

 

Try hitting these buttons in the bottom right corner of the Model view:

AlexisOlson_0-1637190728587.png

 

That's what I was thinking initially too, but he said it's not showing in the 'Fields Pane' either.

I've not come across this before.

 

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Good point.

 

Saving and rebooting Power BI does indeed seem like the next thing to try then.

This is what exactly had to do when 2 of my new tables created through DAX and through uploading from a source didn't show up in the Relationship view. 

Thanks for your help!
Rebooting helped indeed. Cannot say what the problem was.

KNP
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Super User

Yes, that is the icon for a table created in DAX as opposed to Power Query.

 

I can't think of any reason for the table to not appear straight away. 

You could try refreshing or save, close and reopen. 

Have I solved your problem?
Please click Accept as Solution so I don't keep coming back to this post, oh yeah, others may find it useful also ;).
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