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pm_PowerBI
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Table View vs Query Editor Inconsistent Result

I have created a custom column in the query editor on import of the data. In the query editor the calculation is validated. 

 

When I close and apply and inspect the data in the table view I see a different result for the same row that I just validated in the column that should be a pure import from the query. 

 

When I go further and apply a filter in the table view to specify the row by a index number (Trans_no) the calculated column that previously was incorrect has corrected itself.

 

What am I doing wrong? I thought that the query editor was transacting on a single row not across the table like a dax calculate with filter criteria. 

 

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rajendran Resident Rockstar
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Re: Table View vs Query Editor Inconsistent Result

Need to see your data and the formula you use for the custom column. Please share more details to analyze.

 

Thanks

Raj

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Re: Table View vs Query Editor Inconsistent Result

Hi @pm_PowerBI

What custom column do you create in the query editor?

How do you apply a filter in the table view to specify the row by a index number?

What's the wrong result and the correct result?

We need detailed information for analysis purpose.

 

Best Regards

Maggie

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