I've recently installed November update for PowerBI Desktop and the Google Analytics connector has stopped working.
Am getting error message "Unexpected error: Collection was modified; enumeration operation may not execute."
The color scales stopped working today. I didn't make any changes or updates, but today's data displayed as a solid color and when I tried to go in and update the color scale, nothing worked. Everything is displaying as the Minimum value now. Assuming there's a bug with the new color scale functionality.
There are several tickets with this issue, but I didn't get any solution for 'Something went wrong: unable to save report' in PBI Service, except for replacing the dataset and re-building all reports manually. I did it several times, but it takes too much time. Is there any fix for this bug?
Thank you in advance.
I am having an issue since the last update where my Matrix tables have extra scroll bars when they are published to power BI embedded. Word Wrap is enabled in Column headers, Row headers and Values. 2 of the three vertical scroll bars shouldn't exist, they do the same scrolling. Since wrapping is ON the horizontal scrolling for the Row and the values of the table should not exist either, just one scroll bar if not all columns are shown.
I enable modern visual header and hidden Expand option and published to service. It worked as expected in web, but it's not working in Power BI Mobile application.
I feel there is a mismatch between the drill down options between web and mobile. Correct me if I am wrong?
Hi, I am trying dataflows for the first time. Greate feautre by the way! Here is my issue:
When creating an entity in dataflow all looks well:
Note the dateformat is dd.mm.yyyy.
When trying to consume the same data fra PBI Desktop the date is changed to mm.dd.yyyy and the import is not correct.
This is the same data in Power BI Desktop:
Note that SID 02/101 has swapped the dd with mm, and that SID 02/1015 failes because month 18 don't exists.
I guess this is a locale/language issue, but I cant find out where to change it.
Trond Erik Bones
The Report Usage Metrics have not been updated since October 2nd, 2018 across all Power BI Reports that I manage. Are there any known issues reported at this time or corrective actions that can be taken to resolve?
Whenever the visual is a table that has many entries I'm not able to scroll with the mouse wheel or the keyboard on Firefox.
I would also like to show the scrollbar (which is not shown) whenever there are more records on the table than can be shown on the iframe.
Just trying out the Dataflow feature and sadly anything other than US date format does not appear to work. I am using a DimDate table which has dates in UK format. Created a Dataflow, all date field that were in UK format came in as US Format - as far as I can see there is no where to set the date format to UK. So i then connected to the Dataflow from the Desktop and all the date columns error because the service thinks they are invalid dates. There is life outside of the US :-) If this is a bug please fix it quicker than you did when PBI first came out and the same US/UK format issue took nearly a year to fix.
When I create a Relative Date Slicer on Power BI Desktop it works, i.e. if I click on the drop down for Last / Next / This I can choose something. When I publish that and access the report via my browser, while I can click on the drop and and see the value, I cannot select Last / Next / This. The same applies to the drop down for Weeks / Months / etc.
My current workaround is to click in the numeric field in the middle, tab backwards and forwards between drop downs, and use Alt + down then the arrow keys to select what I need. Well, that and remove them from reports because explaining that to users is a waste of time.
My Power BI desktop version is: 2.59.5135.601 64-bit (June 2018) (not that this probably matters as the drop downs work on Desktop).
The Power BI online version this is happening on is: 13.0.6700.151
Usage metrics for reports are having missing data(The dates after OCT 3 not updated).Users table is also wrong and I have blanks in Users table.I see so many issues around Usage Metrics reported.Usage Metrics is very important feature to us,Can you please fix this immediately.
I just updated an existing report in a workspace.
2 pages added
once uploaded, tested and approved,
I updated my APP
the background image for my 2 new pages are missing in the published app while everything works in the workspace and the deskop.
Sync Slicers is buggy in PowerBI Desktop (latest Oct 2018 release) - if you stop syncing, the slicer often still filters the pages it was applied to, even if you untick the boxes on the Sync Slicers properties - very frustrating. If you completely delete the synced slicer, it still applies (which is even worse)!
Further details at https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Problems-with-Slicers-after-using-option-quot-Sync-Slicers-... and https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Filter-remains-after-removing-Synced-Slicer-from-a-page-wit...
You can work around this (and prove its effect) by copying the visuals to another page tab where they will work (fortunately). This demonstrates the fact that there's still a hidden slicer on the page. This is a serious bug, wasting time and putting people off. Should be easy to test and fix at HQ though :-)
The font set in the json theme shows correctly in the desktop tool and in the web browser, but does not render correctly on the iOS app. I have tested by setting various visualization styles without any resolution.
*iOS app fully up to date
I uploaded in a power bi Service a Power BI file where i am using R script (power query) , when i try to configurate the schedule refresh I get the next message in the credentials part ( it runs without any problem in Power BI Desktop);
I have installed the last version of the personal gateway, and the versions of the R Packages that are supported by Power BI service (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-r-packages-support) but I cant's run this succefully, I don't know what to do ...
I came around the issue when I created a new type of workspace (the one that doesn't create a corresponding O365 group). I've created a new report by importing data. Then I created a new report that is sourced from that PowerBI dataset located in the workspace and I'm getting Internal Server Error when publishing the report.
"An error occured while attempting to publish "Report.pbix": The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error"
Hi, I have this error appearing when I try to load the data. I started to get it after I updated PBI Desktop to the latest version. Before it was working fine. Please, help me:
Value cannot be null.
Parameter name: modelingRelationship