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Advocate I
Advocate I

Same measure but different formatted value in bar graph and card/table

Hi All,

My data source is SSAS live connection and all the measures are created in the cube. Because it's live connection, I cannot summarize or make any change. Same measure when I use in power bi's visual card/table/matrix it displays percent value x100 whereas in bar graph it displays the normal value.

 

I tried custom card visual by okviz and it's showing the correct value whereas power bi's card visual is showing percent value x100.

power bi's card visualpower bi's card visual

 In above image bar graph is showing correct value but values in matrix and card visual are multiplied by 100

custom card visual by okvizcustom card visual by okvizIn the above image I have used custom card visual by okviz and values in okviz card and bar graph are showing correct values where as table values are multiplied by 100.

 

So why there is a formating issue and what can be the cause of it?

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Same measure but different formatted value in bar graph and card/table

In the Modeling tab, can you turn off the % formatting?


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Advocate I
Advocate I

Re: Same measure but different formatted value in bar graph and card/table

It's a SSAS live connection so everything is disbaled in Modeling tab.

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Microsoft
Microsoft

Re: Same measure but different formatted value in bar graph and card/table

Hi @vinaydandwani,

 

From Product team, this behavior is currently by design. You could vote for this idea to make PG aware of this problem.

 

Regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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