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enath
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refresh data from the server

Hello,

 

I try to understand. 

I can refresh dataset data from the server using sql connection.

I tried to refresh dataset data imported from folder, but it is not supported. So I moved my data to a sharepoint and I connected the sharepoint to power BI. After publishing the dataset and the report I put the credentials sharepoint to the dataset settings but I don't see that the refresh from the from the server is really doing his job. After refreshing I don't see the new data added to the sharepoint before.

Is there is a way to use the refresh from server for sharepoint data? 

What are the option to be able to make the refresh from server without using SQL DB

Thanks!

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TheShy
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Hi @enath ,

 

If a File or Folder data source is used and the file path is a local path (e.g. C:\Users\user\Documents), then a refresh plan cannot be created. The path must be a path the report server can connect to like a network share. For example, \myshare\Documents.

 

For more you may refer to this  

 

Best Regards,
If my answer is helpful to you, it would be great if you could accept it as a solution.‌‌ 😉

 

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TheShy
New Member

Hi @enath ,

 

If a File or Folder data source is used and the file path is a local path (e.g. C:\Users\user\Documents), then a refresh plan cannot be created. The path must be a path the report server can connect to like a network share. For example, \myshare\Documents.

 

For more you may refer to this  

 

Best Regards,
If my answer is helpful to you, it would be great if you could accept it as a solution.‌‌ 😉

 

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