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tanquoc0309 Helper II
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HTMLViewer custom visual

It seems a problem with HTMLViewer, cannot clear data of the previous filter.

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Re: HTMLViewer custom visual

Hi @tanquoc0309,

 

I didn't encounter this problem on my side. Please remove the HTMLViewer and re-add it to desktop for a test. Please check if this sample .pbix file contains HTMLViewer works on your side. Besides, if possible, please update your desktop version to the latest one for a test. 

 

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Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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Microsoft
Microsoft

Re: HTMLViewer custom visual

Hi @tanquoc0309,

 

I didn't encounter this problem on my side. Please remove the HTMLViewer and re-add it to desktop for a test. Please check if this sample .pbix file contains HTMLViewer works on your side. Besides, if possible, please update your desktop version to the latest one for a test. 

 

Regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Anonymous
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Re: HTMLViewer custom visual

This issue is 100% reproducible IF you have rows in your dataset that are empty/null. To repro:

 

1. Add HTMLViewer to the canvas & configure it to use an appropriate column in your dataset

2. Add a filter control so you can quickly jump between rows

3. Using the filter, select a row that contains HTML data. the HTMLViewer control will show it

4. Now select a row that contains no HTML data.

 

Result: the HTML viewer will continue to show the data from the previous record. 

Expected: the HTML viewer should clear

 

My workaround is to use Power Query to create a new column, replacing null values with a single space: 

= Table.AddColumn(#"Removed Columns3", "Scheduled Next Week1", each if [Scheduled Next Week] = null then " " else [Scheduled Next Week])

Microsoft: please work with Hitachi to fix this bug. 

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