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bschwantner
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New Dataset Setting Notification Spamming About Cache Refresh

 

I recieve the following notification every hour.

You can change the cache refresh frequency for the PositionDetails dataset in My Workspace. The default is 1 hour.

And can't seem to get it to go away. I don't want to miss a real notification, because of all of the noise. Any idea how to stop it?

I attempt to go to the cache refresh settings to find a way to make this go away. But as seen below they are greyed out. I have tried disconnecting and reconnecting the gateway per another post, but that did not help. 

 

This is a direct query.



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Will do. Thank you for trying @v-kelly-msft 

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Despite it being in a separate App and not My Workspace. I deleted the app, remade it, and republished the dataset, and the notifications stopped.

 

 

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v-kelly-msft
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Hi @bschwantner

 

It is a bit odd that you have a combination showing under the "schedule cache refresh",as under "schedule cache refresh",you can only set "refresh frequency",but in the screenshot which you showed in the post,you can also set the refresh time ,which is the feature under "schedule refresh".

 

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So would you pls check whether you have added some statements while connecting to the data source?Or whether you have changed the storage model of the .pbix file?

 

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Kelly
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All of the text under cache refresh is greyed out. But that does clarify what's supposed to show up. I was confused b/c the Docs said it was as you described, but I have a greyed out version of the import refresh.

The dataset for this report is fairly simplistic. It is a single query using direct query. Here is a screenshot from the .pbix file.

 

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Hi @bschwantner

 

I cant reproduce your issue,and it seems an individual issue,so better create a support ticket then our specialist will take over and help solve it.

 

Here is the link:https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/support/

 

You can check the below information to do the support ticket.

 

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Best Regards,
Kelly
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Will do. Thank you for trying @v-kelly-msft 

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Did you ever get this resolved?

I have exactly the same issue and there is no dataset relating to the notification in my workspace?

Regards MArk.

Despite it being in a separate App and not My Workspace. I deleted the app, remade it, and republished the dataset, and the notifications stopped.

 

 

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GilbertQ
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What happens if you put this into an App Workspace?




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Thanks for replying!

Yesterday, I moved it to an app workspace and have deleted it from My Workspace. Oddly I still receive the same error stating My Workspace.

However, as you can see below. 'My Workspace' is completely empty. I have moved everything into App workspaces. Yet the notification persists.
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