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KrishnaUDtrucks
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Getting Duplicated columns from SSAS multi dimensional source

Hello my dear community members,

 

I have a ssas multidimensional cube and I have connected the cube to Power bi desktop. when I bring the measure in values and week num and material planner number in Rows and columns its showing the duplicated data like below.

 

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But when i check these values in SQL base tables they are fine. Does anyone knows why this happening? let me know your inputs and thanks in advance.

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Greg_Deckler
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@KrishnaUDtrucks Wondering if perhaps you need to do a trim and clean on your data coming in. It's almost as if the Material Planner column has values like "100" and "100 " for example.


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If it is the case Power Bi will not show 100 and 100 in different columns @Greg_Deckler

@KrishnaUDtrucks Was just an example. It depends on the non-printing character. For example, if there is a line feed ( ASCII 13) for example at the end, then 100 and 100<lf> will show as different columns in the matrix although the lf will not print in the visual so it will look like 100, 100. See attached PBIX below signature.


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