I have created a new link in navigation bulder, which is supposed to open in content area. When I open the link in app, I get error "refused to connect" and in upper left corner, I find another error message saying "This widget contains web content not provided by Microsoft. Web content could contain code with security or privacy risks."
I have tested this with several browsers and also our customer tested this with same result. If I change the link to open in same tab, it works, but that is not the good way of using it.
What works for me is to obtain the embedded URL
Then copy the URL from src
And paste into
The embedded URL removes the navigation panel of the workspace which the report resides in. The normal URL will include the navigation panel of the workspace which the report resides in. There will be a conflict if the report is reference from another navigation panel other than that of the workspace it resides in
I had the same issue, I was trying to link to another Power BI report using the normal url but was getting errors. To solve my issue and get it to display in the content area, I had to get the emebed url for the report. Now it works seamlessly.
I have the same issue. I want a PDF on a sharepoint to show in the content area rather than in the current or a new tab. I know it is possible because Veolia have done it with an impressive demonstration as shown at a Power BI event by @AmirNetz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daQt9jp4kxA (skip to 1:02.00 for the showcase and notice the 'Tutorial' and 'Documentation' parts.
What I currently get is my PDF appears for 1-2 seconds and then disappears but hovering the mouse over the grey content area gives a 'tooltip' of my document file name, so Power BI is recognising that it is there but not showing it.
@Anonymous Have you got the solution on this? I am facing the same problem.
The Veolia video is showing the Word Document in the 'Documentation' , which can be done by getting the embedded URL of Word document in SharePoint.
Still no clue on how to show PDF in content area
HI @MiraNi ,
As document said, current power bi not support to third party url. It will display security notice when you use third party link in it:
A security warning is shown at the top of the embedded content to indicate the content isn't in Power BI.
I understand, it will show the security warning in left upper corner but it doesn't display the web page at all but gives the error message "xxxx refused to connect". I have tried with internal O365 -page, https://app.powerbi.com as it offers this link as a default and other web page. I only manage to get them open when having open in tab option.
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