After instalation of PBI Desktop update (March) I am not ableto open any PBI file (even new blank one). I tried to repair PBI desktop via Control PAnel, reinstall back to rpevious verison, change x64 bit to x32 bit version, but nothing worked.
Error messages varies based on PBI file that i am trying to open, below is one of the error logs that PBI shown me after PBI failed. Sometimes is error message only announcement that PBIDesktop is not able to load data modle and nothing else (what is kinda strange when this error message appear during opening of blank PBI file...
2.56.5023.942 (PBIDesktop) (x64)
Couldn't load the model schema.
Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.16299.0 (x64 en-US)
4.7 or later [Release Number = 461308]
Peak Virtual Memory:
Peak Working Set:
Workbook Package Info:
1* - en-US, Query Groups: 5, fastCombine: Enabled, runBackgroundAnalysis: True.
Model Default Mode:
Snapshot Trace Logs:
C:\Users\v-pavsch\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Power BI Desktop\FrownSnapShot360440546.zip
Performance Trace Logs:
C:\Users\v-pavsch\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Power BI Desktop\PerformanceTraces.zip
Disabled Preview Features:
Disabled DirectQuery Options:
As per the title all basic date slicers are stuck in the US date format and cannot be changed. My regional setting are set to UK and changing this around does not fix the issue.
Lately while I was maintaining the published reports from the Power BI desktop; noticed that after save, when I clicked on the Publish button, it calls the sqldmper.exe (the command window) and crashes; sometimes hanged and had to kill the task.
Then I noticed PBD keeps logging me out during publish, calls that sqldmper.exe and after crash, have to relogin and publish till now.
I believe there's a bug in latest update; I am running the january 2018 update.
Is anyone else facing the same issue?
I've been using Power BI desktop for visulaization of data in scatter plot. the problem is, the data I have is in million and billions of entries. so while visualizing it over the scatter plot, the bubbles of scatter plot often overlaps because of thier size even when the size is set to 0. is there any way to squeeze the size of the bubble more even it looks like a simple dot. so that the visualization can be a bit understandable and demonstrable? Thank you.
In the Power BI Service, I have uploaded a project that utilized a bookmark to reset several slicers on a page. This works smoothly in Desktop, but in the service, it does not function reliably. Is there a workaround for this, or is this a known issue?
Using the standard drop down slicer and no custom visuals.
If I copy a slicer from one page to another and sync it and then go abck and change the alues it makes only the selection available in the synced slicer so I am unable to reselect another option.
I am running Feb version and direct query
In Power BI Desktop the tooltips work well. however, when I publish in the service I have the following inconvenience:
Tooltips do not change despite the cursor pointing to another bar.
Please your help to solve this problem.
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When loading the app.powerbi.com page we are getting 500 errors for multiple http calls
Below you can find the console log from chrome debugger0
(index):163 GET https://wabi-north-europe-redirect.analysis.windows.net/powerbi/metadata/app 500 (Internal Server Error)
doInitialMetadataLoad @ (index):163
(anonymous) @ (index):163
web.bundle.min.js:26 GET https://wabi-north-europe-redirect.analysis.windows.net/metadata/notifications/summary?take=100 500 (Internal Server Error)
The stacked column charts stopped working in existing dashboards and reports. all other reports, grids etc seem to be working fine. Datasource is SSAS MD cube. I have confirmed that there is data at the intersection in the cube that is included in the reports. Report was created from dataset online and not from desktop power bi.
I've changed some calculated fields in my model, so some of my tiles broke with Error:
"Unrecognized fields in this visual". But that's ok, I was expecting this.
I want to replace them with new tiles from the report.
But now I CANOT DELETE those tiles!!! No option for delete.
Just "Go to report" or "Export".
Please Help, my dashboard is full of these!
I am getting this error on an off since the december update. I updated to Jan and still get it. One thing I noticed is that the Power BI desktop application is requesting me to login more frequently now. I used to always be logged in when I opened the application. When I go to save or sometimes to publish and I am not logged in, instead of prompting me, it throws the error and crashes. Please fix the logging in issue back to whatever it was in November.
The error used to happen when creating a relationship that was many to many (which it tries to not allow). I believe that was fixed in December update.
I created a separate thread here on this same issue. Basically, my Usage Metrics reports show no data, except for "Total Dashboards in Organization"
I have confirmed with our O365 admin that the usage metrics feature is enabled. Also, others in my organization CAN see their usage metrics, so the issue may be isolated to my account?
We have a Dashboard that pulls from 2 different reports that has been up and working fine for awhile. But as of this morning we're suddenly seeing strange issues. Here's what we observe:
- The main issue is that the Tiles are all blank (no error, just empty as in the first screenshot below)
- The dashboard says "Refreshing" in the top left and has been like that for hours
- The underlying reports do load properly, and if you pin a new Tile, then that new Tile works fine
- The original, blank tiles cannot be deleted from Dashboard. When you click the menu, there simply isn't an option to delete it anymore. (see second screenshot)
- Clicking "Refresh Dashboard Tiles" does not force them to load
This is our main Dashboard and it would be less than ideal to have to rebuild it completely. Hoping someone has seen this before and knows a solution...?
We can no longer share a dashboard with users from our own workspace. I received the message:
"This dashboard contains Power BI Pro content. Only users that have Power BI Pro will have access to it"
I confirmed my fears by publishing the simplest of reports which is 100% non-pro content. There have been a few other mentions of it on the forum in the past couple of hours, but I thought I'd create an official post.
1st sharing was disabled from Group Workspaces to non-pro users. Surely Microsoft has accidentally disabled ALL sharing for non-pro users ? If not, you can imagine the uproar.
Is anybody else facing the same problem ?
Power BI clearly states that we are able to share personal dashboards with non-pro users.
Last week our team start notice wired behavior of date filter.
we mainly work with the 'advanced filtering' for dates filtering to analyze data on an hourly level. when trying to pick the first date range it won't select the date that was picked in the calendar pop-up, but when selecting the second date range it's updating the first date range.
We tried using Chrome, Firefox and Edge - they all have the same behavior.
it's for any selected date, not to a specific range.
please click on the next link to see the issue record as GIF
(apologies in advance since I originally published this in the "Service" forum, but I think this "Issue" forum is more adequate)
I have updated and published a report to the service and I'm getting errors in some visuals (and Dataset: see below). these errors are not present in the Desktop report; they only appear in the published report.
This is the error message from the published report;
Is it possible that the desktop file renders the visual with no issues and the published version delivers an error? Any ideas ?
PS: I've just noticed that an update to a page (new visual) is not even present in the published report. Is something "broken" in the service?
EDIT: I have seen that there is also an error in the Dataset update (I published the report manually BTW). I guess this could be the source of all my evils. This is the error notice:
I have been trying to roll out Power BI to my organisation (it is a rather large organisation with many users all over the country) whilst our Central IT department is working through upgrading us to Power BI Premium and I have discovered a bug that the Microsoft Customer Service person who is helping me claims is by design.
Bug that was discovered: When I share a report via a dashboard to a new Power BI user (doesn't already have a Pro Licenses) and the user signs up for a Pro Trial to see my report, I need to cancel the invite and resend it.
Steps to reproduce:
- Create a report and publish it to a group
- Create a dashboard for the report and share it with a user who is not a Pro user yet
- Have your user sign up for the Power BI Pro Trial
- User will get "Sorry, we couldn't find that report" error
- After your user signs up for a Power BI Pro Trial (step 3 in the above), go to your dashboard and click "Cancel Invite"
- Resend the invite to your user
This works, however, it is a bug and it is creating a lot of extra work for the people who are producing / sharing reports as well as frustrations from our end users.
If you could fix this or assure that this will be fixed when we move to Premium, that would be really helpful in getting our users to adapt to Power BI as their new reporting tool.