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Helper I
Helper I

No scroll on Decomposition Tree

Hello,

 

We are currently using Power BI Report Server May 2020 (Build 15.0.1103.227). I know build 232 exists but there is nothing in the change log about this issue and we haven't deployed it yet.

 

In Power BI Desktop, when using a Decomposition Tree with a dimension with many elements there is an arrow to scroll:

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However when I upload this same report on Report Server there is no arrow. I have tried with IE, Chrome and Firefox, same behavior with all browsers.

 

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I've tried to reduce the height of the visual in case the arrow was created outside the page but it didn't help.

You can see that there are many more lines going down in the second screenshot. It seems like it's rending the whole thing without realising it's running out of space.

 

Anyone else encountering the issue?

 

Thanks!

 

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Solution Sage
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Re: No scroll on Decomposition Tree

HI @JeanMartinL ,

tested by myself and your right there is no arrow to expand the tree. But you can drag the tree back and forth ;).

 

Best,

Kathrin

 

 

 

 

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Re: No scroll on Decomposition Tree

HI @JeanMartinL ,

tested by myself and your right there is no arrow to expand the tree. But you can drag the tree back and forth ;).

 

Best,

Kathrin

 

 

 

 

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: No scroll on Decomposition Tree

You are right, we can indeed navigate by dragging, I'm not sure how I missed that.

 

It's still wierd that Power BI Desktop and Report Server provide 2 different navigation methods, I'm don't know if that is intended or not. 

 

Thanks!

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