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Anonymous
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Getting rid of "null" results

Goodevening everyone,

 

I have an issue with a "NULL" notification.

The whole day i am looking for a solution, but can't find the wright one, which will works on mine.

 

With a query i become data out of our system.

One of the given data becomes in the column "OptioneleOnderdelen"

In some cells i have the correct information i will need, in others "NULL" and in other cells the one is empty.

 

MeAlfons_0-1664564418455.png

But when i will use this table for a new custom column, the solution is everywhere fine, except the ones with the result "NULL".

This results in an "Error".

 

Does someone knows how i can change the type "NULL" to an empty cell, when the column has no data filled ?

 

My last try was in in the Advanced Editor by placing the code:

#"Changed Type 5" = Table.ReplaceValue(#"Changed Type",each[OptioneleOnderdelen],each if [OptioneleOnderdelen]=null then 0 else 0 ,Replacer.ReplaceValue,[Optionele Onderdelen])

 

Unfortunatly without result.

 

Greets, 

 

Alfons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

@Anonymous,

best to let Power Query build the code for you.  Delete the last step you highlighted. Then add a new step as follows:

1) Right click on your column Optioel....

2) Select the Replace Values option in the dropdown.

 

rsbin_0-1664568241985.png

Type in null and then leave blank or put in 0...whatever you prefer.

 

 

 

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rsbin
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@Anonymous ,

Try changing your code to this:

= Table.ReplaceValue(#"ChangedType",null,"",Replacer.ReplaceValue,{OptioneleOnderdelen})
//You can replace the "" with 0 if you prefer.

Hope this works for you.

Regards,

Anonymous
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Hello rsbin,

 

THank you for the fast response.

 

I have filled your text in, in the "Advanced Editor".

But this does not work.

I am wondering if i am putting this in the wright way on the wright place.

 

MeAlfons_0-1664567332125.png

 

@Anonymous,

best to let Power Query build the code for you.  Delete the last step you highlighted. Then add a new step as follows:

1) Right click on your column Optioel....

2) Select the Replace Values option in the dropdown.

 

rsbin_0-1664568241985.png

Type in null and then leave blank or put in 0...whatever you prefer.

 

 

 

Anonymous
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Perfect!

 

So simple! My errors are gone.

My weekend starts good again.

 

Thank you!

 

Enjoy your weekend!

@Anonymous ,

Glad it worked for ya.  Enjoy your weekend as well!

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