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Anonymous
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Esri map export to PDF problem

I want to print Power BI reports. I think it is really lame that such a basic function does not exist.

so I export to PDF. The report with the esri map does not export correctly. The data points are there, but no map. I would like the complete visualization to export so users can see where the data points are on the map.

 

How to export to PDF a visualization with esri map?

 

Thanks.

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KyleJFrederick
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I am having the same issue running the current version of power BI.  I have also tested by creating a report in powerbi desktop that only contains one page that includes the map and still am unable to get this to export to pdf properly.

dax
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Hi KarenHiggins,

I test this in my environment, which work well. 

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Did you mean that you could see it in desktop , but it can't show map layer after Export right? What is your powerbi desktop version? When you export, Power BI needs network connectivity to display the maps, you need to check it.

Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

I am having the same issue running the current version of power BI.  I have also tested by creating a report in powerbi desktop that only contains one page that includes the map and still am unable to get this to export to pdf properly.

Anonymous
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version - September 2019

I am always connect to the network.

 

It is interesting that it worked for you and not for me. I have other reports in the file so maybe that is the issue.

 

is there any solution yet?

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