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Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC

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Couldn't find where to submit a bug, so I am forced to use this 'New Idea' button....

 

Anyway, details:

Windows 10 (with all the latest updates)

+ PowerBI Desktop - latest.

+ ODBC Driver PostgreSQL Unicode(x64) (version 10.0.14986.1000)

 

Repro (1,2,3 happens on the same physical machine):

1. Create DataSet from a PostgreSQL table retrieved via ODBC.

2. Install On-Premises Gateway.

3. Publish DataSet.

 

powerbi.com

4. Create Data Gateway with the same details as in 1 (including DSN, full connection string, auth). Make sure connection works by clicking 'Test all connections'. Green.

5. Go to powerbi.com, find your DataSet, click 'Schedule Refresh' and see that you're out of luck (it is disabled/ greyed out) using the gateway you just created in 4.

 

Again, this is 100% repro. 


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Re: Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC

Figured! Appareantly when working in PowerBI Desktop and creating a DataSet based on ODBC you must select '(None)' from the Data Source Name (DSN) dropdown and paste your connection string to 'Connection String' textbox under Advanced options section (see screenshot below).

 

Again, make sure you use same connection string when adding a new DataSource under Gateway in your powerbi.com.

2017-03-30 05_45_09-.png

 

 

 

 

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Re: Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC

@linas

 

Please take a look at this thread to see if it can resolve your issue here.

 

Best Regards,

Herbert

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Re: Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC - Status changed to: Needs Info

 
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Re: Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC

@Vicky_Song what info do you need?

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Re: Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC

I have a similar problem with my Enterprise gateway connection...

 

Someone could help me please...

 

No se puede conectarHemos detectado un error al intentar conectar con 999.999.999.999. Detalles: "No se puede conectar con el origen de datos del mashup. Para obtener más información, consulte los detalles del error."Ocultar detalles

Identificador de actividad:42686b61-a71c-3a58-29a6-8f6b4ce0b49f
Identificador de la solicitud:1d4cdf63-82c8-3c4b-2429-34ff89ea5ea2
URI de clúster:https://wabi-south-central-us-redirect.analysis.windows.net
Código de estado:400
Código de error:DM_GWPipeline_Gateway_MashupDataAccessError
Hora:Wed Mar 29 2017 18:20:15 GMT-0500 (SA Pacific Standard Time)
Versión:13.0.1700.1511
Código de error subyacente:-2147467259
Mensaje de error subyacente:MySQL: We were unable to find a database provider with invariant name 'MySql.Data.MySqlClient'. This error could've been the result of provider-specific client software being required, but missing on this computer. To download client software for this provider, visit the following site and choose the 64-bit (x64) version of, at minimum, 'MySQL Connector/Net': https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=278885
DM_ErrorDetailNameCode_UnderlyingHResult:-2147467259
Microsoft.Data.Mashup.ValueError.ClientLibraryName:MySQL Connector/Net
Microsoft.Data.Mashup.ValueError.DataSourceKind:MySql
Microsoft.Data.Mashup.ValueError.DataSourcePath:999.999.999.999;xyz
Microsoft.Data.Mashup.ValueError.DownloadLink:https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=278885
Microsoft.Data.Mashup.ValueError.Reason:DataSource.MissingClientLibrary

 

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Re: Bug: Windows PowerBI Desktop ODBC is incompatible with Data Gateway's ODBC

Figured! Appareantly when working in PowerBI Desktop and creating a DataSet based on ODBC you must select '(None)' from the Data Source Name (DSN) dropdown and paste your connection string to 'Connection String' textbox under Advanced options section (see screenshot below).

 

Again, make sure you use same connection string when adding a new DataSource under Gateway in your powerbi.com.

2017-03-30 05_45_09-.png