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gellmann01 Frequent Visitor
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Issue with What if parameter

Hello.

I was trying to set up a what if parameter in my model.

The parameter should go from -50000 to 9800000 with an increment of 100.

As you can see from the pictures attached, I am able to create this parameter.

However, when I try to change its value using the keyboard input ( not the slider) I always get -800.

Is there a reason for this behavior?

powerbi bug2.pngpowerbi bug1.png


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gellmann01 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Issue with What if parameter

Thank you for your feedback.

I just contacted the customer service.

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Re: Issue with What if parameter

Very interesting, I was able to reproduce this. Although, I was able to get a different number if I put in 80000, that gave me a result of 77900. I was also able to reproduce it for a different parameter that spanned large negative and positive numbers. Attaching PBIX.

 

You could check the Issues forum here:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Issues/idb-p/Issues

And if it is not there, then you could post it.

If you have Pro account you could try to open a support ticket. If you have a Pro account it is free. Go to https://support.powerbi.com. Scroll down and click "CREATE SUPPORT TICKET".


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gellmann01 Frequent Visitor
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Re: Issue with What if parameter

Thank you for your feedback.

I just contacted the customer service.

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