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texmexdragon2
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Does anyone know what this dataset refresh error message is trying to tell me?

So, I have a folder on SharePoint that has multiple files in it (all exactly the same format).   It has been working fine for over a year, and then suddenly I get this error.   I've checked my login credentials...all good.  

 

I've gone through the steps in the query editor on desktop, and I do not see any errors...again...I have not changed anything at all.  

 

But not even sure where to start to look for this.  I don't have any column headers with the name "ccon", nor do I have any files with that name.   So not sure what "ccon" even refers to.    Any help is appreciated!

 

  • Data source errorExpression.Error: We cannot convert the value <ccon>"[Record]" to type List.. Value = [Record]. </ccon>. The exception was raised by the IDbCommand interface. Table: Historical Power Bi Files.
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GilbertQ
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Hi @texmexdragon2 

 

You can ignore the <ccon> this is just some HTML code.


What I would do is download and install the latest version of PBI Desktop, refresh and then re-upload it and see if that fixes the issue.





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GilbertQ
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Hi @texmexdragon2 

 

You can ignore the <ccon> this is just some HTML code.


What I would do is download and install the latest version of PBI Desktop, refresh and then re-upload it and see if that fixes the issue.





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