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Datamodel with multiple products in a salesorder

@sam.mckay Do you have an example or showcasevideo with a datamodel that is the same or similar with the following example:

A (online) store is selling jeans, shoes and t-shirts. A customer can buy all those products in 1 order so there will be 3 orderlines.

In the showcases I have found there is always 1 order with 1 product so always 1 orderline.

I hope you can help me.

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Hi @NickvanDijk ! Let’s imagine this scenario together. You will have :

  • A dimension for the products
  • A dimension for the customers
  • A calendar or date dimension
  • A dimension for the salesperson

Here’s an example :
Nick bought on the 1st of February 2021, 2 jeans, 3 t-shirts and one pair of shoes. The salesperson responsible of treating this transaction was Amira.
In the model, your fact sales will contain three orderlines :

CustomerID OrderID OrderItemID SalesPersonID Qtity Price OrderDate  TotalSales
1          100     1           10            2     100   01-02-2021 375
1          100     2           10            1     50    01-02-2021 375
1          100     3           10            1     125   01-02-2021 375

This tutorial can help you understand better the example you have : click here.

Hi @NickvanDijk, did the response provided by @amira.bedhiafi.pro help you solve your query? If not, how far did you get and what kind of help you need further? If yes, kindly mark as solution the answer that solved your query. Thanks!

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Thank you for this help @amira.bedhiafi.pro !!

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You are always welcome.