Although the conditional formatting by rules feature in Power BI was released a long time ago, one very common cause of confusion is with how to implement basic “greater than” or “less than” rules. For example, say you have a table with the following data in it:
One of the things I like about my live, online training courses is that I get to hear great questions from the trenches from people learning DAX and Power BI. Last week, John asked me how to apply conditional formatting with a Text field (not a numeric field). I knew it could be done, but it required some brief research before I could give an answer
When I read about the new conditional formatting by values feature in the August 2018 release of Power BI Desktop, my first thought was to write a blog post on how DAX can be used to generate the hex values for colours – but then Daniil Masyluk wrote an excellent post on that (and more) yesterday.
The debugging process is for many people one of the most tedious tasks a developer has to do.
Depending on the complexity of the process you are trying to debug, this action can take from a few seconds to a few hours. A few hours of seeing the same lines of code over and over…
In this post I will try to explain how to dynamically control the page break for a group or in other words how to create a conditional page break in the NAV 2013 RTC report.
For this post I will use the standard report 5057 (Salesperson – To-do’s), this report is already grouped by salesperson but now we will add the option to page break (New Page per Salesperson).