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Chapin4u Member
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Publishing is disabled due to Composite selection

Hi, I upgraded the PBI desktop to July update. I decided to try the Composite models preview feature with the report that features without knowing I would not be able to publish it to PBI services. I must publish the report, what can I do? Thanks for the help in advanced.

 

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Chapin4u Member
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Re: Publishing is disabled due to Composite selection

Thanks, I fixed my issue by working on the relationship not to use many to many.  Thanks for the help.

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Re: Publishing is disabled due to Composite selection

Did you actually build a composite model? If so, I don't think there is much that you can do just yet. It's a Preview feature.

 

Just enabling it in the file should not affect it I do not believe. I have it enabled in my Desktop but am not actually using a composite model and I have been able to publish just fine.


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Chapin4u Member
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Re: Publishing is disabled due to Composite selection

I have a many to many relationship that I have tried using a many to one but it does not allow to do it. Here you can download the pbix file, there no sensitive data. I would very grateful if you could take a look at it. 

https://indisersa-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/p/oknoke/ERQ2sgUGAxxOpqkidLc6xEIBgKtHB4AP0y1LpmoqryLnDA?e=Im...

 

 Thanks

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Re: Publishing is disabled due to Composite selection

Thanks, I fixed my issue by working on the relationship not to use many to many.  Thanks for the help.

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