02-20-2017 06:23 AM
Two step process.
1. Using the Feb 2017 Power BI installer package file (.msi) file, I re-ran the file and chose the uninstall option.
2. And then, I re-installed Power BI with the Jan 21, 2017 .msi file; version 2.42.4611.701 or 2.42.4611.901
Fortunately, for me, I retained all of my downloaded .msi files.
Hope that helps.
02-21-2017 12:45 AM - edited 02-21-2017 12:54 AM
Thanks - that really helps.
Can you raise a support ticket?
I cannot raise a support ticket. The portal bugs out.
02-24-2017 02:23 AM
So I found a solution - the only thing needed was to connect the fields in model in opposite diretion! I had no idea, that it matters, which field you click first when creating a connection, but it apparently does.
03-01-2017 11:16 PM
Hi, It took me a couple of hours to figure why Power BI wasn't creating the relationships out.
Error message was:
"Unexpected error Object Reference not set to an instance of an object". (Very informative)
Checked the data was clean, trying different data sources that were working before, etc. Then I tried creating the relationship in the other direction and it worked without any issues XD.
With that I mean when I drag and drop from Table A to Table B, the exception occurs; when I drag and drop from Table B to Table A, works.
Hope this helps!
05-22-2017 06:41 AM
This problem still persists for me. Unfortunately it can not be solved by a change of relationship direction, since it only occurs when grouping rows in a table coming from the Google Analytics connector.
I have this problem since the release of the April update. I'm currently still running the March version, since also the May update did not fix this obvious bug. Any help/fix is highly appreciated.