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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:
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?
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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