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Date Automatically Filtered to a Page



I have a very interesting case.


I have a Date table and other tables with dates. And created Date relationship to the main Date table. Everything works perfectly fine when filtered to end of 2021 (December 31, 2021).

However, when I change filter after Jan 1, 2022. nothings shows up. When I create a new and work on it, this doesn't happen. Even if I delete all the filters on the page, numbers after 2021 doesn't show up.



No date filter is selected



GP1234_1-1638995817082.pngcan't go past 12/31/2021 eventhough the filter is till 1/31/2022. I checked "show no data". Works perfectly fine till 12/31/2021.



In the same file, numbers do show up in a new page.


FYI:  date/time issue and date format are all correct.


I don't know if anyone had this problem? I can just copy the old page format to the new page, but it's annoying.



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@GP1234 is there any visual level filter? Or a measure use in the visual that has restricting the data.


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