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AV_04
Helper I
Helper I

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Hi Team,

 

I have these two tables:

ProductCodeDatePositionIDCommon Column
A16/3/2023112A-1-6/3/2023-1-12
C36/4/2023213C-3-6/4/2023-3-32
S26/5/2023r14S-2-6/5/2023-2-22
Q16/6/2023115F-1-6/6/2023-1-12
D56/7/2023216D-5-6/7/2023-5-52

 

 

 

ProductCodeDatePositionIDCommon Column
A16/3/2023112A-1-6/3/2023-1-12
C36/4/2023213C-3-6/4/2023-3-32
X26/5/2023r14X-2-6/5/2023-2-22
Q16/6/2023115Q-1-6/6/2023-1-12
D56/7/2023216D-5-6/7/2023-5-52

 

I want to find out the matching count by comparing the common columns, Could anyone help me with the above requirement, this is a mock data, but when i tried to create a relationship it comes as many to many, I am not sure how to move forward.

 

Thank you!

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bharath_v
Resolver I
Resolver I

Hi @AV_04 

 

If the columns are same in both tables, you can merge the tables based on the "Product" which seems to be unique in each table. 
You can go to "Transform Data" -> Under Home select "Merge Queries" and select as below:

 

bharath_v_0-1678443571840.png

This produced me the desired output as below:

bharath_v_1-1678443616494.png

Hope this works for you!

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

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bharath_v
Resolver I
Resolver I

Hi @AV_04 

 

If the columns are same in both tables, you can merge the tables based on the "Product" which seems to be unique in each table. 
You can go to "Transform Data" -> Under Home select "Merge Queries" and select as below:

 

bharath_v_0-1678443571840.png

This produced me the desired output as below:

bharath_v_1-1678443616494.png

Hope this works for you!

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

Hi Bharat,

Is it possible to do in DAX? The tables are updated and are of different structure now. But the common column remains the same. I just want the count of matching and non matching common column from both the tables. could you help me here?

thank you very much

AV_04
Helper I
Helper I

Hi @amitchandak could you please help me on this?

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