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Anonymous
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Pie chart shows same values for each category

 I have 2 tables : 

 

Line :

 

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Policy : 

 

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Relation is on policy level. Now i am creating a Pie chart where i want to show Sum(Premium) by ICO.

 

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Here each ICO is getting same distribution, where i am expecting A should have 10k and B and C should have 4K premuim.

 

Could you please address this issue ?

 

Thanks,

Shubham

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Fowmy
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The Premium amount is in the Dimension Table, you need to have the premium amount populated in the Line table based on the logic you apply. then, the PIE should work as expected.

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DanLuevano
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How did you solve it? I'm facing the same issue

Fowmy
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@Anonymous 

The Premium amount is in the Dimension Table, you need to have the premium amount populated in the Line table based on the logic you apply. then, the PIE should work as expected.

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No, don't do that.  Keep the relations between tables.

But go to your Model and check your link.  

In Properties, check your relationship and make sure that 'Cross filter direction' is set to Both.

Thanks, however setting cross filter direction to both, doesnt fix the very same problem I am having, both tables are linked by same PK , not sure where to go to next? do I follow Fowmy's suggestion.

I have two tables relationship is linked by same PK for each still getting same values for Top 10 categories in a pie chart

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