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Relate summarized tables with with many to many relationship

I created a bridge between two summarized tables. I want to  visualize columns from each of the tables into one visual, however it doesnt seem to work.


shovel and plant capacity per streamshovel and plant capacity per stream

As seen on the attached screenshot, the plant capacity on the bottom table just shows the total sum and not the sum per product group. Both shovel and plant capacity are calculated columns in two separate summarized tables and the capacity calculations use measures to create the columns.


The Test table combo table has the shovel Cap and the Plant Capcity table has the plant capacity.




I am not sure what I have done wrong. Please assist.

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Hi @Anonymous 


If you use in your visuals the column "product stream" from the table that is on the one side of the relationship it will be fine.



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Thanks for the response. It works when I use the "product stream" column from the bridge table "Product Stream per plant" . It does not work if I use the "product stream" column from the other two tables.

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