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DeLorme
Employee
Employee

This expression refers to a Column object named 'Insert Name[XXXX]', which has an error.

Afternoon BI Community... Looking to see if anyone has seen the errors I am getting with my data once it is imported into BI Desktop. I've attached the screenshots of the errors that is appearing in (3) fields. Not sure it is with the data as much as it is with BI configuration. I have produced this same report for other customers with success, but my current customers data is not syncing up the same way. At first I thought it was the 'Data Type" of the field, but making changes to the Data Type did not produce a different result. Thoughts? 

Burn_Column_error.pngGap_Column_Error.pngOperational Burn_Column_Error.pngOperational Burn_Data Type Error.png

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evandrocunico
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hi @DeLorme try  this, 

Burn = round((DIVIDE(OperationalBurn[Charged Labor],OperationalBurn[Purchased])*100),2)

Set Burn measure to decimal number data type.

 

Best regards

 

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evandrocunico
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hi @DeLorme try  this, 

Burn = round((DIVIDE(OperationalBurn[Charged Labor],OperationalBurn[Purchased])*100),2)

Set Burn measure to decimal number data type.

 

Best regards

 

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