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You have a Power BI model that contains two tables named Sales and Date. Sales contains four columns named TotalCost, DueDate, ShipDate, and OrderDate. Date contains one column named Date.
The tables have the following relationships:
• Sales[DueDate] and Date[Date]
• Sales[ShipDate] and Date[Date]
• Sales[OrderDate] and Date[Date]
The active relationship is on Sales[DueDate].
You need to create measures to count the number of orders by [ShipDate] and the orders by [OrderDate]. You must meet the goal without duplicating data or loading additional data.
Solution: You create a calculated table. You create a measure that uses the new table. Does this meet the goal?