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Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

I've built a power BI report with a lot of visualizations on my desktop version and published it succesfully to the cloud. 

 

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I scheduled the report to refresh daily.  When I come in the next day, all the visualizations are blank. I haven't been able to find a solution. I found this thread which recommends removing Boolean filters (https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Issues/Visualization-BLANK-after-refreshing-page-in-Power-BI-servic...) which I have done but it has not resolved the issue. 

 

Any guidance is much appreciated. 

 

 

 

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

@vjosyula 

 

When you do manual refresh, is it working ok?

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

If I refresh on my desktop instance of Power BI it works fine, but if I try to manually refresh on the cloud nothing happens. 

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

What is your datasource? is it sharepoint?

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

It's an Azure SQL server. 

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

@vjosyula 

 

Can you try with removing all page/report level filter in your powerbi? And see if this works.

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

just tried removing the All Page filter I have embedded, saved and refreshed. Same problem persists. Blank visual. 

 

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Re: Visualizations Blank on Cloud after Refresh

Can anyone help here. Problem still not resolved. 

 

I think I have narrowed down the root cause to column-relationships I have built into my Data Model. I am using a certain column to link source tables to together.  I have no idea though why such a data relationship would cause visualizations to fail on the cloud version of my Power BI report, but not on my desktop instance.  

 

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