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binayprasai
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Advocate II

Bad Request (400)

PowerBI desktop is not able to publish with the following error:

(400) Bad Request.

PBI error.JPG

 

 

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It worked when I moved the file to local drive. 

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v-lionel-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @binayprasai ,

 

Your .pbix file may be damaged, can you save and refresh this .pbix file locally?
Try to enter the "Advanced Editor" of "Power Query Editor" to check the connection information.

 

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

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parry2k
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@binayprasai must be something to do with the file, not sure what. I guess you should open a support ticket and find out.






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It worked when I moved the file to local drive. 

parry2k
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@binayprasai strange error, I'm sure your internet connection is fine. Can you successfully login to Power BI Service?






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I also find this weird. I am able to publish other reports with no issue. 

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