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balajiraju93
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How to avoid auto consolidation - I need to show duplicate data as it is in POWER BI Table Visual

I have a scenario, I need to show the data as it is, But it is automatically consolidating, because all the column in two rows are the same, for that I created an index number for each column , Even though the index in two rows are different still it is sum and auto consolidating, How to avoid this, help me to show the two rows here

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Please find the two different rows in below two screenshots separately

balajiraju93_0-1674237294244.png

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Mikelytics
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Hi @balajiraju93 

 

Please do the following:

 

1) Create ONE Index Column in Power Query:

Mikelytics_0-1674314246958.png

Mikelytics_1-1674314304397.png

2) Load the data into the model. Look in my example there are severtal rows redundant, like the customer field:

Mikelytics_2-1674314370248.png

 

3) Now I set the behaviour iof the index column to "Do not summarize"

Mikelytics_4-1674314638820.png

 

 

 

4) Now I take a table visual and put in the customer field I also added other fields . The first thing it does ist to do the consolidation which we want to avoid.

Mikelytics_3-1674314457669.png

 

5) now I put in the Index column into the table. We now haev achieved that each row will be shown and no consolidation will be done. IF you also want to hide this column please follow the next steps (6 and 7)

Mikelytics_5-1674314709567.png

 

6) Set Text wrap to "off"

Mikelytics_6-1674314774619.png

7) now make the column small by draging the column widthd

Mikelytics_7-1674314822709.png

 

Now the column is gone and typically the users wont find it 🙂

Mikelytics_8-1674314872840.png

 

Best regards
Michael
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Mikelytics
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@balajiraju93 

 

Thank you for the feedback! 🙂

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Mikelytics
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Hi @balajiraju93 

 

Please do the following:

 

1) Create ONE Index Column in Power Query:

Mikelytics_0-1674314246958.png

Mikelytics_1-1674314304397.png

2) Load the data into the model. Look in my example there are severtal rows redundant, like the customer field:

Mikelytics_2-1674314370248.png

 

3) Now I set the behaviour iof the index column to "Do not summarize"

Mikelytics_4-1674314638820.png

 

 

 

4) Now I take a table visual and put in the customer field I also added other fields . The first thing it does ist to do the consolidation which we want to avoid.

Mikelytics_3-1674314457669.png

 

5) now I put in the Index column into the table. We now haev achieved that each row will be shown and no consolidation will be done. IF you also want to hide this column please follow the next steps (6 and 7)

Mikelytics_5-1674314709567.png

 

6) Set Text wrap to "off"

Mikelytics_6-1674314774619.png

7) now make the column small by draging the column widthd

Mikelytics_7-1674314822709.png

 

Now the column is gone and typically the users wont find it 🙂

Mikelytics_8-1674314872840.png

 

Best regards
Michael
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Explained very clear, thanks 👍🏽

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