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Data Difference in Desktop and Web

Good afternoon.

I have this problem: In my desktop version I generated a pvix with data within a SharePoint. But after you publish it to the web and the web automatically updates the dataset, the details about values are distorted. Who knows why?

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Re: Data Difference in Desktop and Web

Good morning

Thank you for your answers.

I was able to fix the problem. The error was because desktop had a column with values and texts. But when you passed the Dataset to the web they assumed the text format and generated the extrabagrant numbers.

Best regards!

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Re: Data Difference in Desktop and Web

@wpretz 

 

Do you mean scheduled refresh not working for you after publishing? Have you checked refreshing manually, is it showing the latest numbers?

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Re: Data Difference in Desktop and Web

@wpretz , Hope you have not setup a schedule at power BI service level? or is your power bi file is stored at one drive or share point?

If yes that is possible.

refer this : https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/connect-data/refresh-desktop-file-onedrive

 



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Re: Data Difference in Desktop and Web

Good morning

Thank you for your answers.

I was able to fix the problem. The error was because desktop had a column with values and texts. But when you passed the Dataset to the web they assumed the text format and generated the extrabagrant numbers.

Best regards!

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