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    Test of Connecting 3 databases with Powerpivot

    Hi,

    I am trying to connect 3 databases using powerpivot.

    I have invoice spend in which supplier ID is unique (blue tab)

    Contracts in which supplier ID can show multiple times (yellow tab) (column "B")

    Savings in which supplier ID can show multiple times. (green tab) (column "G")

    In the relationship I can only see spend + savings + proposed contract amount. (you can see the powerpivot Output in the tab called Pivot.

    I have added a tab called "desired Output" in which I would like to see the supplier spend + savings + proposed contract spend + Contract expiration date. (When I drag contract expiration date I have strange data)

    Can it be done with Powerpivot?
    Thanks
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    Re: Powerpivot

    Administrative Note:

    Welcome to the forum.

    We would very much like to help you with your query, however the thread title does not really convey what your request is about.

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    Re: Powerpivot

    Hi Alan;

    I have followed your instraction but I did not get reply from the community. MAybe I did something wrong.

    Can I create a new post?
    Thanks

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    Re: Connecting 3 databases with Powerpivot

    Using Power Query, I have merged the three sheets to achieve the results you desire in your workbook.
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