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Different data result in Power query and in Data view in Power BI desktop

Simple scenario. Oe table is imported in Power BI through ODBC. I filter one column in power query and get 1 row result. Then apply the same filter for the same column in Data view of power bi desktop and get no result. I am trying to solve this mistery for 2 days with no success. Any ideas?

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Hi @tatochka 


Can you show the filter you set in both places? One possible cause is that in Power Query Editor it is case-sensitive while in Power BI Desktop it is case-insensitive. This may get different results after filtering. 


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Community Support Team _ Jing
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Here is the filter in power query that returns one row with "In Qc Review" status:


Same filter returns no rows in data view:


and "In Qc Review" is really not there regardless of filter. Here is when column sorted ascending:



That is with no data transformation, just one view pulled through odbc. Now, what is interesting after i removed all other colomns except statusName in Power Query that one row with "In QC Review" disappeared.


and it is really not there anymore regardless of filter. Here is after i removed all duplicates:



I am SO confused by all these.

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Just adding. Here is the data source connection  = Odbc.DataSource("dsn=Unqork BI Connector", [HierarchicalNavigation=true]). And data refresh didn't help.

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