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Debug Asset failed: objectDescriptors

Hi there

I have a dashboard which uses live connection to ssas 2012.

I have one custom visual on this dashboard which is Infographic.

My authoring tool is Powerbi June update (SSRS one)

 

Anyone has experience this error message when opening your report on Reporting server?

 

It looks like a javacript window error thing saying Debug Asset failed: objectDescriptors

 

When I click OK it let me continue but I think its annoying having to clicking it to get rid of it.

 

Many thanks

Pedzilla

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Re: Debug Asset failed: objectDescriptors

Ive found that the bug was caused by custom visual Image Viewer. I have removed it and that error message disappeared.

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Re: Debug Asset failed: objectDescriptors

Which custom visual are you using? I'll try to reproduce the issue and let you know if it's by design or if something else is going on.

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Re: Debug Asset failed: objectDescriptors

Its InfoGraphic custom visual

Thank you

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Re: Debug Asset failed: objectDescriptors

Hi @Pedzilla,

 

Based on my test, the Infographic Designer custom visual version 1.5.4001.0 created on Power BI desktop for report server version 2.47.4766.1221 64-bit (June 2017) displays fine in Power BI report server 14.0.600.301. Please try to update your both Power BI report server and desktop to latest version from this site.

 

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Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

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Ive found that the bug was caused by custom visual Image Viewer. I have removed it and that error message disappeared.

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