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Odata timeout and parameters Desktop vs Web

I have a simple report based on one table that has around 5000-9000 rows depending on source database.

It works fine in Desktop but when published and I try to refresh the dataset on PowerBI.com it timesout in Edit credentials. Other reports/tables from the same source work fine.

 

I tried to reduce query size by filtering the odata request and adding the timeout parameter as described in other topic but it seems to have no effect on PowerBI.com it times out after about 5 min despite having setting of 30 in the report. Also filters seem to be ignored on PowerBI.com

 

Desktop:

 

let
    Source = OData.Feed("https://url/data/Table?$filter=Currency eq 'USD'&cross-company=true", null, [Timeout=#duration(0, 0, 30, 0), Implementation="2.0"])
in
    Source

Url from Edit credentials screen in PowerBI.com (read-only):

https://url/data/Table?cross-company=true

Both urls pull data when entered in internet browser.

 

 

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v-lili6-msft
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Community Support

hi, @Anonymous 

Since Other reports/tables from the same source work fine. if there are other data source in this dataset.?

And if you could update the gateway and try it again.

 

Best Regards,
Lin

Community Support Team _ Lin
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