I'm trying to import Jira Content Pack to Power BI Desktop but it gives the below error:
Unable to open document
Cannot convert value 'impersonateCurrentUser' to required type 'ImpersonationMode'. Check path 'model.dataSources.impersonationMode', line 16, position 54.
How can I fix this?
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Do you connect to JIRA pbit in Power BI Desktop? What URL do you input?
Sorry, wrong information. I cannot input any URL because immediately after I open the .pbit file on Power BI Desktop, I receive the above error and couldn't proceed to URL entry form.
I'm doing the same with Power BI online, that's why I confused.
I am not able to reproduce your issue. Do you use the latest version of Power BI Desktop downloaded from the following link? Directly double-click on the PBIT file, it will be opened in a new Power BI Desktop file.
Yes, I downloaded from there. It's Version: 2.56.5023.1021 64-bit (Mart 2018).
Did you try with Jira Content Pack? When I double-click on that pbit file, it opens the Power BI Desktop and shows that error message.
The mentioned pack is from 2016 and not updated since. Maybe this could be the problem. But how could people connecting with Jira nowadays then?
I use same version of Power BI Desktop as yours. I can successfully open the PBIT file in Power BI Desktop. Could you please clear cache in your Power BI Desktop and reboot your machine?
I cleared the cache and restarted but still failed to open the file. Also we tried with two other PCs and received the same error message. I don't know how you can manage to run the pbit. Can you provide the link that you downloaded the content pack please? Maybe we are using different pack files.
I use the PBIT file you provided, but I am unable to reproduce this issue.
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