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Helper I
Helper I

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I have two analytics extractions that are linked by the key "Source_Medium_Campaign" and are grouped in categories by the same fact table.
With this relation I'm able to calculate the sum of product revenues from one extraction using the other extraction as reference.
But some lines are being counted twice, the only difference between them are some fields that have some capitalized letters. Even using LOWER( ) functiong I'm still having this problem. Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance

Super User
Super User

Very difficult to determine the issue from the information provided. Any chance you can provide some sample source data?

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Do you know a way to extract a sample from a Analytics Query?



Using LOWER() within EXACT() should be no problem. I can't find any syntax issue in your measure. You can change the filter expression into:


Table1[Date]=Table2[Date] && 
Table1[Can_n1&n2]=Table2[Can_n1&n2] && 
LOWER(Table1[IDTudepara])=LOWER(Table2[IDTudepara]) )



If the issue still persists, please share some sample data.



The issue still persists, how can I send some sample data?

Make sure there is no leading or trailing white space, which would appear as a unique record regardless of lower/uppercase.

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