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ssrs reports losing format when migrated to Power Bi Server

Good day

 

We have installed Power BI Server in our QA enviroment.  I have migrated all the existing reports successfully.  All of the cross tab reports work great.  However there is one report that is just a little more complicated than a plain cross tab that did not migrate successfully.  One example is when I try to have 2 lines in a text box.  Here is a sample expression from the report.

=System.Environment.NewLine +
Fields!Field.Value +
System.Environment.NewLine +
Fields!AcresPlanted.Value.ToString() + " Acres Planted"

It seems to reconize the first System.Enviroment.NewLine.  But the second new line and the AcresPlanted values are all missing?  I have a couple of text boxes with the same behavior.  I have tried to increase the height of the text box, but that did not help, and actually the increase height did not show on Power BI server.  These text boxes are all in the same row of a tablix.

 

This report also has 5 sub reports.  3 of the sub reports show up just fine.  2 of them do not show up.  If I try to run the sub reports independently they work just fine.  Where would I look for logs and or trouble shoot the issue?  

 

Thanks for any and all help.

 

cheers

bob

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