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rtran
Helper I
Helper I

Error: The column '' of the table wasn't found.

Hi! 

 

I'm getting the following "Underlying error message: The column '' of the table wasn't found." when I try to refresh in my workspace after publishing.. However, I have no errors and can load/refresh properly without any issues on my local .pbix file. 

 

Any ideas on why this is happening? 

 

Thanks!

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rtran
Helper I
Helper I

Oh sorry, I mean the published version and the desktop version are using the same services and nothing has changed between the two. 

parry2k
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Super User

@rtran it could be, maybe the new files/source you are using is missing some columns. Try using the same source in the Power BI desktop then the one you are using in the service and then check.

 

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rtran
Helper I
Helper I

I added some tables, some with an old datasource and some with a new one and some with a url filter, which I merged with existing tables.. Does that affect it? 

parry2k
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@rtran are you using any parameter to connect to a different source after you published to the service?

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