I created a Score Card (Metrics/Goals) and subsequently generated a report in Desktop, connected to the Data Set- along with a date dimension.
The subsequent report can be run and seen by me and some users in my team, but when testing with a test user it is failing
Please see screen shots
Can you explain what is "testing with a test user it is failing" ? What is the difference between them and the users in your team?
Best Regards,Community Support Team _ Ailsa Tao
Activity ID: d9452a10-2063-4bfc-8e9d-7c898aefe0c8
Request ID: 659574eb-c392-010f-1824-7857d79031f4
Correlation ID: a72d43fa-1e08-32b5-b383-a85817e3481a
Time: Tue Jul 05 2022 15:38:58 GMT+0100 (British Summer Time)
Service version: 13.0.18530.39
Client version: 2206.3.12016-train
Cluster URI: https://wabi-uk-south-c-primary-redirect.analysis.windows.net/
I had added screen shots- perhaps they will land in a few minutes- I can confirm when connecting to the composite model (Which is in Service) as the TestUser I can sucessfuly bring in a visual based on tables imported from SQL data, but "Forbidden" on the Goals/Metrics data set
This is the million Dollar question. My test user possibly has a lesser Microsoft licence- but I have also tested with other users in the business. I can't identify what is different between my team of 4, and the users who are failing.
My test user can create a report in Service using the Goals/Metrics Dataset,
My test user can create a report in service using the composite data set - using the date table
My test user fails to create a report in service using the compsite data set using the tables from the Goals/Metrics Dataset
OK an update- in desktop as BITestUser I get the message below. But I can't see where this setting is - the user is confirmed as ADMIN on both the data set, and the workspace
OK- I am a fool -
Admin,Export and Sharing,Live Connection was set to my team only
So, can they export and share now ?
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