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kintela
Helper II
Helper II

error adding a column

Hi

 

I want to add two columns in my model specifically these ones:

 

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But whe I try it:

 

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Any sense???

 

Regards

 

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Sorry the field was U_Proyecto not u_proyecto but in SQL this sentence lied me:

 

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Thanks

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JazminMarquez
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In your query at the end you are adding a comma before * from..

 

Try to.. 

 

Select u_proyecto, u_fase * from orin

Hi

 

My problem is not in that query is in to add those columns in my model in Power BI...

 

Thanks

@kintela

 

I suggest you use query to retrieve the data so that you can directly add the columns into T-SQL query in Advanced Editor.

 

let
    Source = Sql.Database("Severname", "Database", [Query="Select u_proyecto, u_fase * from orin"])
in
    Source

Regards, 

Sorry the field was U_Proyecto not u_proyecto but in SQL this sentence lied me:

 

captura.jpg

Thanks

Just go to the query editor and step through the query.  If you go to the second step, you should see what is returned by your query (before selecting the columns you wish to keep).  PBI is not detecting the column based on the name, so perhaps the source table has changed.

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