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Microsoft Exam PL-300 Topic 11 Question 21 Discussion

Actual exam question for Microsoft's PL-300 exam
Question #: 21
Topic #: 11
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You have a Power BI report that imports a date table and a sales table from an Azure SQL database data source. The sales table has the following date foreign keys:

Due Date

Order Date

Delivery Date

You need to support the analysis of sales over time based on all the date foreign keys.

Solution: For each date foreign key, you add inactive relationships between the sales table and the date table.

Does this meet the goal?

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Suggested Answer: B

You can reference an inactive relationship whit DAX function USERELATIONSHIP(), but using DAX is not mentioned here.

So follow this refactory methodology:

Create a copy of the role-playing table, providing it with a name that reflects its role. If it's an Import table, we recommend defining a calculated table. If it's a DirectQuery table, you can duplicate the Power Query query.


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