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Received and Unexpected EOF or 0 bytes from the transport stream while loading data from Sharepoint

Hello Experts,


I am getting below error in all the reports which i have developed till date even schedule refresh is not workingError


Please Provide Solution for this as i am getting this error on almost every report.


Thanks in Advance.

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Not sure if I can explain why, but noticed that this happened when I "Table.ExpandTableColumn" after a merge, so I tried an "Extract Previous" and reran.  And it worked.  Can anyone explain what happened? Or do you think it's just coincidental? 

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Hi All, is there a solution fo rthis issue, im getting same error use SAP CDS views.

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I have this issue and I raised a ticket.


After a month of going round in circles, I was eventually directed back to this thread. If anyone can shed any light on why this happens I would be grateful.


Seems to be when loading from a SharePoint Folder, happens intermittently. Across files, both Excel and Power BI and different SharePoint sites.

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I am having the same issue. @Anonymous @v-yulgu-msft  were you able to find a solution?

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Hi Soubra,


Unfortunately, not yet. Currently working with my Global IT and the Power BI team to try and find the issue. 


I think its one of these issues that falls across Apps and Departments, so taking longer to solve. I found it happen more when using the Pivot function. One solution I found that might help is to use Table.Buffer() on the step before the Pivot step, though not always practical.


Will be sure to post any updates, if and when I get them.


Hi @Anonymous,


Based on my research, this error might be related to the certificate validation issue with SSL. For further analysis, please create a support ticket to get more professional advice.



Yuliana Gu



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