Last Modified Date: 11 Jan 2018
EnvironmentTableau Desktop 10.4.0 and earlier versions
ResolutionUpgrade to Tableau Desktop 10.5.0 or a newer version. For more information, see Upgrade Tableau Desktop.
If you are unable to upgrade, try one of the following workarounds:
Option 1:Refresh the extract to make the expected values appear.
Option 2:Use a calculated field that mimics the behavior of the set, instead of a set.
Create a "Dummy Variable" that is inserted in a the formula for the Calculated Field, providing a 'direct reference' to a parameter.
IF [Set 1] THEN [Sales] END
Where "Set 1" is a Set defined by a condition formula that references a parameter.
IF [Set 1] THEN [Sales] END * [Parameter_One]
Where "Parameter_One" is a Parameter with a values of 1.
CauseThis behavior is related to a known issue with ID 667919 which has been corrected in more recent versions.
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