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Dunner2020
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can't display the data because power BI does not determine the relationship between two or more cols

I got 6 tables in my report and their relationships are defined as shown in the image:

 

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I am trying to visualise information in 'table' visual. Table visual works fine until I drag the column named 'ContactName' from the AssetContact_V table. As soon as I put the ContactName column in table visual it shows 'can't display visual' error message. When clicked on the details it says that it 'can't display the data because power BI does not determine the relationship between two or more columns'.  I searched the forum and found few examples where ppl came across the same issue. However, I could not get the trick to fix the error. Any help would be appreciated to fix the issue

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VahidDM
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Hi @Dunner2020 

 

Try to replace the IntValue column in the table with a measure like this:

IntValue Measure = 
    MAX(AssetCharacteristic[IntValue])

 

and then add the ContactId.

 

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Dunner2020
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@VahidDM , thanks it worked. For my understanding, issue was due to blank values in IntValue column. Am I right?

Yes, the blank values and aggregation of that column.

 

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VahidDM
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Hi @Dunner2020 

 

Try to replace the IntValue column in the table with a measure like this:

IntValue Measure = 
    MAX(AssetCharacteristic[IntValue])

 

and then add the ContactId.

 

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

Appreciate your Kudos!! 

Badges.jpg

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