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gkakun Regular Visitor
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Issues when filter in a table

Hi,

I have a few slicers, and 2 tables. the left table is a summary, and when I click 1 row in the left table I will see the row data in the right table (see picture 1). now, when I'm trying to click a specific row in the right table, the highlighted row disappeared and I see all the rows in the table in grey (see picture 2), which means the filter remain but I can't see the relevant row- how can I click the specific row and still keep see only the filtered rows from the left table? 

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gkakun Regular Visitor
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Re: Issues when filter in a table

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Microsoft v-cherch-msft
Microsoft

Re: Issues when filter in a table

Hi @gkakun

 

You may try to use IPN Slicer. When you select an IPN from slicer, you could click the specific row and still keep see only the filtered rows from the left table.

 

Regards,

Cherie

Community Support Team _ Cherie Chen
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gkakun Regular Visitor
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Re: Issues when filter in a table

Hi, Thanks. but IPN slicer is not good since I have thousands IPN in the report, and I want to present to the user only the problematic IPNs in the left table, and when he clicks the specific IPN he interested in, he should see the raw data in the right table, so he should see the complete list and not use slicer for the IPN 

affan Established Member
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Re: Issues when filter in a table

Hi @gkakun

 

Can you share the pbix file?

gkakun Regular Visitor
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Re: Issues when filter in a table

I have some IP information there so I will try to build something similar without the sensitive data and send it 

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