Lately, i have noticed that power bi embedded reports are automatically getting focus by auto scrolling in webpage as soon as the iframe loads.
This bug seems to have resurfaced as this issue was logged before and resolved.
Used browsers: Chrome and Edge.
Allow pinned live pages to remain interactive in mobile apps. Live page interactivity is a large draw of this feature, but this limits a complete dashboard experience to the browser, and prevents end users consuming reports on mobile devices from having the same rich experience.
Per the forum thread linked below, this functionality was working in the past, but we have recently seen with a customer that pinned live pages are not interactive on the iOS app on iPads. Per an email from the Power BI support team, this lack of interactivity is by design.
It's great to see the heavily desired connector to BigQuery finally come to Power BI (even though just in Beta), however there's a problem (bug) with it. When connecting to any of our own datasets, the connection string defaults to bigquery-public-data (appears to be hardcoded) instead of the selected datasets.
For example, I want to connect to a Google Analytics data which we have stored in BQ and this data is in a project called api-project-123456789 and dataset 132699196. In this case the conector should try to connect to dataset api-project-123456789:132699196, but instead it tries to connect to bigquery-public-data:132699196, which of course doesn't exist.
Can you please raise this as a bug and resolve it as soon as possible, because I'd really like us to be able to start using the native bigQuery connector with DQ instead of the Simba ODBC connector.
When used in combination with "each" in the second argument, Table.ReplaceValue kills all existing column types (sets them back to any). Please fix:
The result of: Record.ToTable(#sections[Section1]) are returned correctly in the query editor, but not loaded to the data model. There, only the value of the current query will be returned.
In Excel, this works fine, so both results are the same: A table with all queries in the current file.
When we run PowerBI Version: 2.46.4732.581 64-bit (May 2017) and connect to a SAP Hana 2.0 everything works fine and you can see the Calculation Views listed in the Navigator.
When we run the latest download July it can connect to a Hana 2.0 database but we do not see the list of Calculation views in the Navigator.
Both builds are fine for Hana 1.x databases.
Using Hana 2.0 64 bit ODBC driver.
I have a client who is on the latest release of Power Bi Desktop (v 2.46.4732.721), although this issue also occurs on the previous version (2.46.4732.581). When they create a new measure on top of a live tabular model connection and set the formatting, the formatting only persists for that Power BI Desktop session. When they save the file and close and reopen, the formatting reverts back to the default, which is especially unreadable for percentages and currency. Is this fixable? Thanks!
We have an issue that our PBI file works fine but when row level security is turned on we get error messages.
We have tracked it down to a caculate measure. When row level security is off this measure works fine -
CALCULATE (sum(UnitSalesValues[Sale Values]), 'UnitSalesValues'[Attribute]= "Sold prior to qtr" )
When row level security is turned on this measure creates the following error is the visual. If the bolded part is taken out the measure works fine.
Colukn't load the data for the visal
An unexpected exception occured.
This same file was working with last months version of PBI. The data in UnitSalesValues is visable with the row level security turned on and has values for "sold prior to qtr".
However, even if we use last months pbix file it does not work in the PBI Embeded enviroment.
This certainly seems to be an error in PBI. Further when the row level security is first turned on a black screen apears and the following program is run.
c:\Program Files\Microsoft Power BI Desktop\bin\SQLDUMPER.EXE
After July 2017 service update, the configuration done for Smart filter got replaced by default settings in PowerBI service. Changes and format done for smart filter has been gone, it is affecting all our reports.
Behaviour of the filter has also been changed,
1. On selection of drop down list, two filters get opened parallely. To close the list we have to click the drop down list again
2. On setting of "Send to back", while clicking drop down list is going behind the visual before selecting the values
3. On setting of "Bring to front", it will hide other visual behind no transperncy was there.
Could you please check the bug at the earliest??
We utilize out-of-tenant shared dashboards extensively and are aware of the change made yesterday to the Power BI Free service. We've had our clients activate their free Pro trial and are using a Pro account to share out-of-tenant.
However, even after activation, out-of-tenant shared dashboard links are not working. They just display the Power BI logo and it blinks continuously.
I tried going to the dashboard as the owner (again, logged into a Pro account), clicking "Stop Sharing" on the dashboard and re-sharing with the client (who had activated the Pro trial) and still, they see the blinking Power BI logo.
Using developer tools in the browser, I see a failed XMLHttpRequest:
Method: HTTPS POST
Error code: 401 (Unauthorized)
Looks like yesterday's switch-over broke out-of-tenant dashboards. This seems to happen all the time, out-of-tenant sharing is very unstable and doesn't seem to be tested well enough when changes are made to the Power BI Service. I've opened many other tickets reflecting these issues on this site.
Please let me know if you need any more details, all of our clients are dead in the water right now (even after activating the Pro trial). @v-haibl-msft - you've been very helpful in the past on keeping me informed & updated on issues like this so wanted to proactively make you aware what's happening here.
In desktop and embedded the tooltip when hovering over a field in table or matrix is persistent.
When the report is published to .com the tip fades after 5 seconds.
Its particularly useful on wrapped text fields in the table to have the popup tip persist so the text can be read.
Can behaviour be made consistent, preferably permanent until focus changes, ideally configurable.
We can use the new matrix visual which provide drill down with the March 2017 through June 2017 releases of Power BI Desktop. I created one report with these visuals in Power BI Desktop and can open it with Power BI Desktop RS(June). Unfortunetely, when ı try open deployed report in Power BI Report Server matrix visuals appears as blank visuals. Besides Power BI Desktop RS hasn't preview features in options so ıt doesn't support new matrix visuals and default matrix is not new version. As far as ı know , Reporting Server will upgrade quarterly .When will Power BI Desktop RS support these visuals?
The Search Box on the Slicer Visualization seems to have a bug when a PBIX file is loaded to the Power BI Service. This issue is affecting the drop-down format of a Slicer. Also it seems to only affect Slicers with a larger amount of items. When there are 2 or 3 items in the slicer the search box will appear however if there are 20 plus or more items it is not working. I've tried several different browsers, so I don't believe that is the issue. Below are screenshot showing the search box has been enabled and the missing search box when you select the drop down. Please help!!! We're on the verge of rolling out hundreds of new Power BI accounts and this is a serious issue when you have large slicer needs.
I've got a site report that I use url paramaters to direct users to a specific site, based on the site code. this works in "My" Workspace
However, when I publish the exact same report to an App Workspace, the URL filters fail.
The report comes back non filtered, and I can see the url parameter being removed from the URL. I've tired a couple of reports with the same behaviour. Can we not use URL filters on app workspace reports?
Can anyone replicate and confirm it's not just me?
I'm getting this error since yesterday on a new dataset. It is a simple excel file table. I've done the following.
Signed out of Power BI Desktop and back in
Got the latest personal gateway
turned the gateway service off / on
republished multiple times during this process.
Others seem to be having the same issue. see thread here
There is a current support site error message, but it is specific to SharePoint as a data source only.
after installing the July upgrade, our Sankey diagrams in PI Desktop changed their appearance: The link thickness and node sizes seem mostly random and independent of the weight assigned to each link.
In the graphic above for example, the link to b1 is far less then half as thick as the link to b2, even though the weight is exactly half. This happens with all kinds of combinations and ways to calculate the link weights. Before the July upgrade, I didn't have this issue.
A solution for this issue would be highly appreciated! Right now our Sankey diagrams are useless because of the change.
Is anyone having issues with the matrix preview disappearing when uploading reports. Its been working for weeks however today 22-06-2017 its not rendering correctly. The colours are being replaced and editing the reports in the portal is not taking any changes.
All my reports are showing the same issue.
Since with datasets that always refreshed overnight as scheduled I'm now getting the "received uncompressed data on the gateway client has exceeded limit" error - without many changes from the previous datasets size - I'd like to know if there's a way to know the actual uncompressed data size.
(And I wonder why what always used to work, doesn't work anymore...)