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Pjutgg
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Missing "0" from Export Data to CSV

Hello everyone,

Thank you for taking the time to read my post. I'm experiencing some issues with exporting one of my visuals to CSV in PowerBI Desktop.

I've created a simple table with two columns:

  1. A product identifier number.
  2. A quantity of product sold.

When I view this visual in PowerBI Desktop, it correctly displays the information and the corresponding total. However, when I try to export this table, the total becomes incorrect, and the data in the table appears to be altered. After conducting some research to identify the differences, I noticed that all values that end to 0 have lost their zeros. For example, instead of displaying 80 units of a product, it only shows 8. Similarly, instead of 100, it only displays 1.

Not all rows in my table seem to be affected by this issue, and I'm unable to understand where it might be coming from. Have any of you encountered this problem before? Is it a software issue or an error on my part?

Thank you for your feedback and suggestions!

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Pjutgg
Regular Visitor

Hey, I finally found the solution, in fact in French, we use the "," to separate the number : 0,002. So when I converted the CSV fils, my spacer was ",". 🙂
Thanks for your help !

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Pjutgg
Regular Visitor

Hey, I finally found the solution, in fact in French, we use the "," to separate the number : 0,002. So when I converted the CSV fils, my spacer was ",". 🙂
Thanks for your help !

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Pjutgg , Is it % column or measure? In such case csv or data export will show .8 or 1 for 80% and 100% respectively

Hey @amitchandak, thanks for your time ! It's a mesure. This is a quantity of product sold. 

 

Best regards ! 

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