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Displaying different data in source vs. in desktop

Hey guys, when I import data from a snowflake table into Power BI desktop, I notice that the data is no same. I'm not performing any transformation. I've make fresh PBIX reports with just importing one View but same issue. Can anyone guide me what I'm doing incorrect? 


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Hi amitchan and readers, thanks for all the suggestions to try, the issue was occurring in PowerBI desktop as well as Power Pivot Excel. The issue is now resolved, it was caused by DDL of underlying snowflake View, there was a Limit clause applied in View definition, once that was removed the issue was resolved. 

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@Jay_ch , Please open the power query and check all the steps. Check the Data view for the number of rows.

If these things are fine then issue with visual, is data view show less rows, issue with loading.


In between, also noticed the same issue on excel. Better check and log an issue too, if needed-

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