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JRS_PBI
Advocate II
Advocate II

Just started this week - DATAFLOW table does not show up in Power BI desktop

Team,

 

Starting this week ~11/14/19, when creating a new DATAFLOW table, we cannot see it when trying to use GET DATA>DATAFLOW in Power BI desktop. We can see the DATAFLOW folder, but nothing shows underneath the folder when double clicking or refreshing it. Previously created DATAFLOWS (<11/14/19) are visible and OK. 

 

I know there was a lot of functionality pushed for DATAFLOW this week, so I am wondering if this is related?

 

Any ideas?

Jim

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Team,

 

Confirmed that it is a date field issue, once I changed the date field (which showed UNCLASSIFIED) to TEXT in the DATAFLOW, then I was able to see the table and import it into Power BI desktop. I then changed the TEXT > DATE.

 

 Jim

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Why does the Microsoft Power BI Support page say "No known issues: Power BI is running smoothly" ?

 

This is a HUGE issue that my team has spend hours trying to chase down.  Had it posted on the support page, it would have saved us a lot of grief.

Agree the communication of this issue (seemingly wide impact) could have been better, so users including myself don't have to waste time investigating.  I raised a ticket through our enterprise admin portal.

Iceman
Frequent Visitor

What a mess.  Glad MS is on it.  Please fix ASAP, clients are driving me crazy.

ereza
Advocate I
Advocate I

Same exact issue. Someone must learn Microsoft to do proper testing before releasing new changes!!! 

TheNov3mberist
Advocate I
Advocate I

Having the same exact issue. A couple of the tables in the dataflow show up but not all of them. No refresh errors or anything. I've even tried deleted and re-adding them with no dice. 

 

Half of our environment is down because of it. 

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