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Helper I
Helper I

Hyperlink in Paginated Report

Hi guys, I have a question on the hyperlinks in paginated report. 




In SSRS, if we want to allow user to click on field to access the hyperlink based on some conditions, we can do IIF(parameter1 = "abc", nothing, URL). That way, when parameter1 = "abc", the hyperlink won't work for user for that field. 


In PowerBI paginated report, if we do the same, it will still allow user to click on the hyperlink, but will direct to a blank link: and keep rendering. 


Is there a way to dynamically turn on and off of the hyperlink in Power BI paginated report? or make it at least behaviors the same as SSRS?

New Member

Hi, I'm facing the same issue, has anyone found a workaround to this? 


In my case, this "go to URL" is used for drill-through.

Super User
Super User

Hi @dmkblesser 


What happens if you leave the result as blank instead of a value, what happens then?

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Power BI Blog

Hi GilbertQ, are you saying do something like this? iif(parameter1 = "ABC",, URL)? it will show an error message for  Argument not specified for parameter "TruePart" of "Public Function IIf()

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