I am connecting to a SQL database through a Stored Procedure. As far as I know, there is no intelligence that needs to be applied during the query. It should simply ask SQL to run the sproc, and gather the results.
However, for some reason, PBI stays a good two minutes or more, simply "evaluating". What is it doing exactly? Is there any way this can be accelerated, so that it gets to the date faster?
I've read about folding, but since this is running an sproc, I don't think it applies.
Thanks in advance for any pointers.
This hack worked like a charm, but I searched for this problem only after waiting for a couple of hours. Microsoft seriously needs to look into this issue. Sometimes it gets dead stuck on "Evaluating".
This just started happening to me after upgrading to their August 2018 release. So **bleep** annoying.
I just downgraded to June 2018 release to get past this issue.
I just started having issue of this today with a couple reports that requires join tables within PBI.... these are actually mission critical reports... anybody have any idea if MS is aware of this probleM?
the refresh has been fine for the last couple months we've been using thsi...
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