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The Usage of weighting factors in many to many realtionship


The Usage of weighting factors in many to many realtionship

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VinayAtmakur
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Hi I am currrently looking for a way to model ssas project with a many to many relationship with a weight in it.

I have file summary fact that has file details - names , spaceGB , share details , cost per GB, Total cost of file ( SpaceGB * Cost per GB)

Share dim that has regular relationship.

We have another mapping table (fact) that gives many to many relationship between Shares and Cost Center and there is a allocation percentage associates with a share across different costcenters

Share Costcenter Allocation%

Share 1 CostCeneter1 50%

Share 1 CostCeneter2 50%

everything works fine as long as i dont show allocation % how do i handle allocation % to get cost center cost.
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