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PowerBI123456
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Searching for Combos

I am trying to identify if an account has specific code combination(s). I have 2 tables, one showing codes by account: 

 

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The second table showing different code combinations:

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I need to see if an account has any of the code combinations and which ones, so it should look like this:

 

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Any help would be appreciated. I am also dealing with a lot of rows (1,000,000 +). Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Greg_Deckler
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@PowerBI123456 - I did it this way:

Measure 5 = 
    VAR __Codes = SELECTCOLUMNS('Table (5)',"Code",[Code])
    VAR __Table = FILTER('Table (5a)',[Code 1] IN __Codes && [Code 2] IN __Codes)
RETURN
    CONCATENATEX(__Table,[Code 1] & "&" & [Code 2],", ")

PBIX is attached below sig, Page 5, Table (5) and Table (5a)


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Greg_Deckler
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@PowerBI123456 - I did it this way:

Measure 5 = 
    VAR __Codes = SELECTCOLUMNS('Table (5)',"Code",[Code])
    VAR __Table = FILTER('Table (5a)',[Code 1] IN __Codes && [Code 2] IN __Codes)
RETURN
    CONCATENATEX(__Table,[Code 1] & "&" & [Code 2],", ")

PBIX is attached below sig, Page 5, Table (5) and Table (5a)


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amitchandak
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@PowerBI123456 , Can you explain the logic behind it.

@amitchandak hi - what do you mean? That last table is what I am trying to get to in Power BI. I am just trying to see at the account level, if has any of the code combinations from the second table and which ones. Thanks!

Hi @PowerBI123456 ,

 

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