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SqlJason Member

Re: Dynamic Image Display

Ahhhh, now I get it. I completely forgot about the internet connectivity part Smiley Happy. That is a definite advantage, thanks for explaining it.

cajer_air Frequent Visitor
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Re: Dynamic Image Display

Hi, I tried with chiclet slicer. The image still doesn't show.

There was a visual named Image Viewer. Now no longer available.

Any suggest of dynamic image display in Power BI?

Thank you!

sdurga Visitor

Re: Dynamic Image Display

Can any help me in getting colured indicators....My requiremnet is 



I have two columns one is Average target another one is Mean time to Repair...

Average target is a fixed column

mean time  is the time to repair an incident we are getting it from service now api



Now my requirement is if  my mean time is greater than avergae target it should red


if  my mean time is equal to average to target it should show me yellow

 if my mean time is less than average target it should show yellow.








khushboo_dixit Frequent Visitor
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Re: Dynamic Image Display

You can use "HTMLViewer" custom visual (available on Power BI store) to do the same thing as "ImageViewer" visual. The only catch being, you'll have to create html <img> tag for the images to display.

ARB17 Regular Visitor
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Re: Dynamic Image Display



That is not valid for calculated measures, why? It's mandatory.


I am looking for an image based on a sum of values, and the result in the table is the URL (the one I put in a conditional for the calc. measure) as a text, not as an image.



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