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stribor45
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What tables have been appended

I appended table #2 and table #3 to table #1.  When I edit the query for table #1 I don't see that anywhere. I mean data is there I'm just curious if there is a way to track this?

 

Thanks

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Just create a new step before your append steps. ( In Applied Steps over on the right in PQ )

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stribor45
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@danextian that sounds like a good idea but unfortunately I have already done append

Just create a new step before your append steps. ( In Applied Steps over on the right in PQ )

danextian
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Hi @stribor45 ,

 

For each table that you append add a column called Source or any other name to the original table. The input is the name of your source say "Table 1". There should now  be a Source column in the combined table. Load this into the model together with the other columns.










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