Lightroom: Different ways of showing white balance? (raw vs jpeg)

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While testing a new camera I noticed that for images from one camera (D90) the white balance is shown differently in Lightroom than images from the other camera (d7000), while for both the setting is Auto WB and RAW

For both the WB is shown as "As shot" in Lightroom, but for D90 pictures "Temp" and "Tint" are shown as distinct values while for D7000 pictures both values are shown as "0", so a relative value.

How can I force Lightroom to always show the temperature and tint values ?
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Check your file format on the ones that show 0 - they're probably not raw.
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You are viewing a JPG image from the D7000.
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Thank you. I overlooked that one