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Helper I
Helper I

Two related fields on the same table but several tables missing both related fields



I'm experiencing this issue when arriving at the totals for my report. I currently have several tables that are connected by the same related field (many-to-many) called Employee ID. However, I'm hoping to display the account (many-to-many) totals for each of these employees based on an account ID. At the moment my results are giving me the total Employee ID amounts for each account so for example: 







I'm wondering if this is an data model issue or is there another root cause? I considered merging the Account Revenue Files and Sales Pipeline Files into a new query but thought there might be a better resolution.


Thank you!


Helper I
Helper I

I did want to avoid merging the tables, using seperate tables gives me the current results included above. 

Super User
Super User

Maybe merging these tables give this output. Try using separate tables.

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