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MCKERY
Resolver II
Resolver II

Data Flow Linked Entity "Unexpected Error"

Hello,

 

I am trying to use the Power BI Service to create a data flow. I am adding a linked entity (another data flow) as a data source. The service prompts me to sign in to select the appropriate data flow, but when I click "sign in" and enter my credentials, I get an error "Unexpected Error" as seen below.


What is interesting is that I can use a different account and successfully link to the other data flow. The credentials do not fail. Both users have admin access to the workspace and have a premium per user license.

 

Thanks in advance,

MCK

Unexpected Error (Session ID: ad6c4813-3e0d-44e3-a13f-e61b7b186f69)

 

MCKERY_0-1621187280548.png

 

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Eyelyn9
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MCKERY ,

 

Actually I need more details such as :

1. In which workspace? New or Classic or both?

2. How do you create the new data flow? 

  • Define new tables --> From Power BI dataflows
  • Define new tables --> From Power BI Platform dataflows
  • Link tables from other dataflows

.....

 

Since everything works fine on my side:

data flow.PNG

  •  

 

 

Please make sure the gateway is the latest version and then take a look at the limitations about data flow :

dataflow limits.PNG

 

Refer to :

Dataflows Limitations, restrictions and supported connectors and features - Power BI | Microsoft Doc...

Error when connecting sharepoint list to dataflows | Power BI Exchange

Dataflow: unexpected error - Microsoft Power BI Community

 

Best Regards,
Eyelyn Qin
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