Precedence is one of the aggregation properties that you can define on an aggregation table in Power BI. In a model with multiple aggregation tables, you can use Precedence to define the order in which aggregation tables will be considered by Power BI to answer queries. The higher the Precedence number, the sooner the aggregation table will be considered. Very simple and easy to understand. but the question is:
What does Power BI do when there are multiple aggregation tables configured with the same Precedence value and they can all answer the same query? Which one is considered first? Does it choose the smallest one? or is there another rule in place?
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