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Power BI Report Server - Upload (overwrite) existing Excel File

Hello,

 

we are using the Power BI Report Server (May 2020).

We have saved some Excel-Files on Power BI Report Server (Upload).

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We are able to upload the Excel-File but we are not able to overwrite the existing Excel-File.

When we want to upload the same Excel-File again we are asked whether the existing file should be overwritten.

If we click "overwrite" the following message occures (Internal error on Reportserver):

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In the Logfie I can find the following message:

"System.InvalidOperationException: Das Objekt mit Nullwert muss einen Wert haben..|" (Nullable Object must have a value)

 

Does anyone has the same error? Is this a bug in PBIRS Version May 2020?

 

Thank you.

 

Kind regards

NiHi

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Yes I am seeing the exact same behavior- previously on the Jan 2020 version, where I had to do this almost daily and it worked perfectly. We're running 1.8.7485.35104 via the 15.0.1103.234 downloaded in July (looks like there was a revision on Jun 30)

Frequent Visitor

Thank you for your feedback!

We are using exactly the same version (15.0.1103.234).

 

Kind regards

NiHi

@NiHi - You could check the Issues forum here:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Issues/idb-p/Issues

And if it is not there, then you could post it.

If you have Pro account you could try to open a support ticket. If you have a Pro account it is free. Go to https://support.powerbi.com. Scroll down and click "CREATE SUPPORT TICKET".


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@Greg_Deckle

 

Thank you for your help. 

I will post it on the issue web site and will open a support ticket.

 

Kind regards

NiHi

@bradsy - have you seen this issue?

 

I was not able to reproduce this on the prior release 15.0.1103.232 but I released my local test server was not on the latest bits. When I upgraded to latest public release of PBIRS May 2020 15.0.1103.234 I can reproduce this issue

Yes. The upcoming release(October?) will have a fix for the issue.

Thanks @bradsy I knew you'd come through with the goods 🙂

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