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Anonymous
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linking both facts based on date condition

Hi Experts,

 

i have two facts and a date table, all three are date with timestamp. 

 

Datetable(timestamp) M:1 Custfacts (timestamp) - relationship is active

Datetable(timestamp) M:1 Salesfacts(timestamp) - relationship is Inactive active

 

now i need to join Custfacts (timestamp) with Salesfacts(timestamp), for that i need join  Salesfacts(timestamp)   +3 or -3 datetime

 

eg:Custfacts (timestamp) 01/01/2020 12:47 =  Salesfacts(timestamp) 1 01/01/2020 12:45 and 01/01/2020 12:48

 

how can i do that please help

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amitchandak
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While you can do that with row context is taken care. What is the output you want using that

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

While you can do that with row context is taken care. What is the output you want using that

Anonymous
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As mentioned by you created timestamp table and joined with 2 facts table and formula is working

Anonymous
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Sir,

 

My line chart is no of customer id and bar chart is sales value based on hour

 

sales.JPG

 

from date table/ hour column = 10 ,12 ,14, 16

line chart is no of customer id= 19,22,38,33

bar chart 0.5k, 0.4k,0.3k

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