Please have a relook.
For example here I am doing Left Outer Join hence getting all the Order IDs from the left table and occasional Nulls with Order ID Returns (see below)
You can try this , I am using default sample superstore that even you have there
Also please note that , for example if all the Order IDs are returned Left Outer Join will look like an Inner Join
I have also created my own videos on Joins here --> Joins with Troubleshooting Tableau Part 1 (Live Scenario ) - YouTube , hope it
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I had the same problem. However, when I increased the rows to 5000, I was able to see the null rows like the video. Perhaps they used a smaller data set for the video than in the example data set.
I found the same problem as Melissa and have also found several other posts about this problem in the community, yet there is no solution that answers it yet.
Exact same problem as Melissa, working with the same datasets and following the "getting started" video.
Any help is appreciated.